Roque Gerald’s CFSA Too Top Heavy


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The budget plan Gray (D) released last month,  for the Child and Family Services Agency would stay largely the same, about $265 million in local and federal money. A D.C. Council member rebuked the District’s child welfare agency for failing to identify what positions could be cut among the dozens of “memo writers” and “meeting attenders” making more than $100,000 per year, arguing it could free up money for key priorities facing the budget ax.

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