Test is on Saturday,and I've narrowed my list down to 11... Anyone know a way to find out if a department has a residency requirement? I know the obvious answer is to call the department, but being a hot button issue these days, I'm looking for an alternative way to find the info as well. I know the civil service laws say something like 15 miles as the crow flies, but hey, we all know that cities and towns do pretty much whatever they want...
Thanks in advance...
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06-04-2006, 10:44 PM #1
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