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Resource ID: #13224
Subject: City Government
Source: New York Times


A New York Times survey covering more than 450 public telephones in 15 city neighborhoods from Jan. 23 to Feb. 2, found that nearly one-third were broken. This article investigates the pros and cons of shutting down New York City's fire alarm boxes and leaving the public to rely on the public telephone system for reporting fires. (February 11, 1996)

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