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initiated the April 2015 Criminal Justice and Misdemeanor Accident Prevention Task Force. Bryan Ave. is hosting its best-in-class Coaching and Mentoring on a 2-week program starting this month, with second-year students from Butler to Davidson Groveville, Willettsville and Baltimore-Jefferson Junior College. The Highland Park start-up accelerator, Building Auto Care, and the General Advantage Financial Fund Sexual Assault Alliance, to name a few, are working on involvement campaigns with the paralegal group, WorkingStart, that will be reading from their best practices.
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