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Bronx "Close to Home" Forum Scheduled
February 29th, 2012

The fifth public hearing on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Close to Home Program” has been scheduled for April 2 from 6-8 p.m. in the Bronx at the Bronx Museum 1040 Grand Concourse. The Administration for Children’s Services is holding the series of five forums to get public input on taking New York City’s juvenile delinquents out of the state system and providing services to them near their homes in the city. You can read more about the initiative that is part of Cuomo’s proposed budget here.

By on February 29, 2012, 4:06 pm
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