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Public meeting in SE to address rock-throwing attacks on Metrobuses


(Daniel C. Britt/The Washington Post)

A public meeting on Monday night will address potential service changes in a Southeast Washington area where Metro says buses are routinely hit with rocks and bricks. As Luz Lazo reported last month, officials with the Metro Transit Police and the D.C. police will offer testimony about the problem at this meeting. 

The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Angels of Hope Ministries (2441 Elvans Rd. SE): 


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