on April 11, 2010
In the East Bay, the bad economy is ushering in a new wave of police recruits–college educated and career-shifting folks who don’t have the backing of specific agencies.
East Bay cities are encouraging their citizens to respond to the census because of fears that a lower head count would mean the area could lose “economic and political clout.
Good luck staying out of the rain.
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