Hassan tells Tri-County CAP that despite fiscal meltdown she appreciates their service
"The fact that people have kept focused on the people you're serving as opposed to the organizational disruption that is happening, I think is really impressive," said Hassan. "I think it's really hard to hang in there and manage it and I think you guys are doing that and I just wanted to thank you for that," she added.
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