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D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray said he would keep the city’s schools running during a federal government shutdown, but would stop nonessential services like trash collection and writing parking tickets.
The city would close Department of Motor Vehicles locations and suspend public works operations like street sweeping, and the city would let a week go by before collecting trash, Gray said. All of D.C.’s libraries would be closed, as would the city’s recreation centers. In times of regional hardship government is opting to chop children and young adults at the knees. Having alternative outlets for academic and recreational purposes is critical to ensuring that young people stay invested in their education, sport and/or art. The summer will be quite interesting to say the least because the number of crimes will definitely increase if young people do not have something constructive to do with their free time.
“We will be treated as if we are a federal agency, which we are not,” Gray said.
So what is actually being said is that DC is at risk of being a nasty smelling, rat infested, low income, high poverty, high crime city AGAIN. Federal employees generate enough dollars within Washington to sustain adequate functioning city budgets. Metro is increasing fares, gas prices are increasing, food costs are increasing and now upwards of 800,000 employees NATIONALLY will be laid off.
“It will get worse before it gets better” is all that resonates from the Obama inauguration speech.
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