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Officials show no respect for tax dollars [Letter]

Are there any public service organizations that are held accountable for the job they do?

School officials can't add and take part-time jobs with vendors that they have hired. City officials purchase speed camera systems without a performance guarantee and then have to pay $600,000 to break the contract.

As a taxpayer and voter, I have grown tired of elected officials and the heads of public service organizations' lack of respect for my hard-earned money that they take in taxes.

J. Heming, Baltimore

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