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DPW Online Chat Session: Expanded Street Cleaning Program, Feb. 23 at Noon

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  • Twine, Kevin (DPW)
    Residents Invited to Join Live, Hour-Long Session to Discuss How Changes will Effect Them, New Signage, and Street Cleaning Issues * Are you wondering
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      Residents Invited to Join Live, Hour-Long Session to Discuss How Changes will Effect Them, New Signage, and Street Cleaning Issues

       

      ·         Are you wondering when daytime mechanical street sweeping in neighborhoods that have signed street sweeping (with parking restrictions) will begin?

       

      ·         Did you know that DPW is expanding their street cleaning program to include more streets beginning this year?

       

      ·         Do you have questions about the new street cleaning signs in your neighborhood?

       

      ·         How will this affect your street and what can you do to help keep your community clean?

       

      Find out the answers to these questions and more by logging into the Department of Public Works (DPW) online chat discussion on Wednesday, February 23, 2011, from Noon – 1:00 pm.   Residents can join or follow the discussion at dpw.dc.gov/livechat once the chat session begins.  Feel free to submit questions in advance to Nancee.lyons@....

       

       

      WHAT:      Live, One-Hour Chat to discuss DPW’s New and Expanded Street Sweeping Program

       

      WHEN:      Wednesday, February 23, 2011, Noon – 1:00 pm

       

      WHERE:   dpw.dc.gov/livechat

       

       

      DPW’s one-hour online chats are held on the last Wednesday of each month at Noon. Next month’s online chat will explore ways to help curb litter in the District.

       

      Kevin B. Twine

      Staff Assistant

      Department of Public Works

      Office of the Director

      2000  14th Street, NW

      Washington, DC 20009

      Ph: 202-671-2593

      Fx: 202-671-0642

      kevin.twine@...

       

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