Audio: 311 Phone Call
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Audio: 311 Phone Call

Unsatisfied with the response from the District's Child and Family Services Agency, Booker T. Washington Public Charter School for Technical Arts social worker Kathy Lopes called the city's 311 non-emergency hotline on April 30, 2007. Audio Courtesy: Office of D.C. Mayor Adrian FentyAudio: CFSA Phone Call

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