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FEBs talk back to Washington: Los Angeles
Monday - 8/8/2011, 2:01am EDT
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Los Angeles FEB Executive Director
What's the best part of working in your FEB area?
What is the biggest drawback of working in your FEB area?
The size and complexity of the Greater Los Angeles Area.
What's the one piece of advice you would give a fed moving to your area?
Be prepared to pay a lot for your housing.
In a word, describe feds in your area.
How are feds perceived in your area and how does that affect morale?
What's the average commute for feds in your FEB area, or your personal commute?
45 minutes each way.
Is the distance from D.C. a blessing or a curse?
What's your area's can't miss attraction?
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