Week 9/18-9/22

Monday 9/18

Date

Introduced

Sponsor(s) Title

Number

Assigned

Committee

Assigned

Date

Circulated

Date of

Official Action

9/14/17

Chairman Mendelson Correspondence from the Mayor - OHR Highlights of Fiscal Year 2016

RC

22-82
  9/18/17 9/18/17
9/15/17 Chairman Mendelson  Correspondence from the Mayor - DOES First Source Program Semi-Annual Report: January 1, 2017 - June 30, 2017

RC

22-83
  9/18/17 9/18/17
9/15/17 Chairman Mendelson  Correspondence from the Mayor - Private Security Camera Incentive Program Report (Data as of August 31, 2017)

RC

22-84
  9/18/17 9/18/17
9/15/17 Chairman Mendelson  Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) Provision - Councilmember Grosso Letter  

AU

22-18
  9/18/17 9/18/17
9/18/17 Chairman Mendelson  Correspondence from the Mayor - OHR Highlights of Fiscal Year 2016

RC

22-85
  9/18/17 9/18/17
9/18/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $826,727 of Local Funds Budget Authority within the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment was filed in the Office of the Secretary on September 18, 2017. The reprogramming ensures that OCTFME will be able to cover anticipated personal services costs associated with a realignment of agency staff.

Reprog.

22-75
Retained with comments from the Committee on Business and Economic Development 9/18/17 14 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 10/3/17
9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Reprogramming Request for $15,300 of Special Purpose Revenue Funds Budget Authority from the District Department of Transportation to the Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund was filed in the Office of the Secretary on September 18, 2017.  This reprogramming is needed to support transportation infrastructure work at the intersection of 9th Street and Maine Avenue, SW and the intersection of 7th Street and Maine Avenue, NW.

Reprog.

22-76
Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment 9/18/17 14 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 10/3/17
9/18/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $45,475 of Special Purpose Revenue Funds Budget Authority from the District Department of Transportation to the Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund was filed in the Office of the Secretary on September 18, 2017.  This reprogramming is needed to support various transportation infrastructure work throughout the District of Columbia.

Reprog.

22-77
Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment 9/18/17 14 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 10/3/17
9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Reprogramming Request for $499,000 of Local Funds Budget Authority from the Department of Forensic Sciences to the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs was filed in the Office of the Secretary on September 18, 2017.  This reprogramming is needed to support 10.0 temporary Pull-Time Equivalent Business Process Analyst positions; overtime for the Permitting, Enforcement, and Inspection divisions; printing, advertising, and equipment for the Communication division; phones, software, and equipment for the Legal division; office support for the Performance Management division; and the software training room and seamless document acquisition for the Information Technology division.

Reprog.

22-78
Retained with comments from the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety and the Committee of the Whole 9/18/17 14 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 10/3/17
9/18/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed multiyear contract  with the National Center for Children and Families in the not-to-exceed amount of $70,665,284.00 to provide foster care placement and case management services for approximately four hundred (400) children and youth twenty-four (24) hours per day for three hundred sixty-five (365) days per year

CA

22-261
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services 9/18/17 45 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed disapproved 11/1/17
9/18/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed multiyear contract with Acme Auto Leasing, LLC in the not-to-exceed amount of $6,800,450.00 to provide leased light and medium vehicles, ranging from sedans to vans and pick-up trucks, to agencies of the District of Columbia

CA

22-262
Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment  9/18/17 45 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed disapproved 11/1/17
9/18/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed multiyear contract with Hi-Tech Electric, LLC in the amount of $2.1 million to provide temporary utility services (e.g., electrical gas, air, water, and drain utilities) at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and, as needed, at other Events DC venues 

CA

22-263

Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue

9/18/17

45 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed disapproved 11/2/17

9/18/17 Councilmember Grosso Access to Emergency Epinephrine in Schools Clarification Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-426
Retained with comments from the Committee on Education  9/18/17

9/19/17

9/18/17 Councilmember Grosso Access to Emergency Epinephrine in Schools Clarification Emergency Amendment Act Resolution of 2017

Bill

22-413

Retained with comments from the Committee on Education

9/18/17

9/19/17

9/18/17 Councilmember Grosso Access to Emergency Epinephrine in Schools Clarification Temporary Amendment Act Resolution of 2017

Bill

22-414
Retained with comments from the Committee on Education  9/18/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Councilmembers Gray and Grosso

Public School Nurse Assignment Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-427

Retained by the Council

9/18/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Councilmembers Gray and Grosso

Public School Nurse Assignment Emergency Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-415

Retained by the Council

9/18/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Councilmembers Gray and Grosso

Public School Nurse Assignment Temporary Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-416

Retained by the Council

9/18/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson

Inclusionary Zoning Consistency Congressional Review Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-428

Retained by the Council

9/18/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson

Inclusionary Zoning Consistency Congressional Review Emergency Act of 2017

Bill

22-417

Retained by the Council

9/18/17

9/19/17

 

Date

Introduced

Sponsor(s) Title

Number

Assigned

Committee

Assigned

Date

Circulated

Date of

Official Action

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Compensation Agreement between the District of Columbia Government Department of Behavioral Health and Committee of Interns and Residents/Service Employees International Union, CTW, CLC (CIR/SEIU)Resolution of 2017

PR

22-429

Committee on Labor and Workforce Development

9/18/17 30 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 10/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Collective Bargaining Agreement between District of Columbia Government Department of General Services and the Fraternal Order of Police/Protective Services Division Labor Committee Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-430

Committee on Labor and Workforce Development

9/18/17 30 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 10/19/17

 

Tuesday 9/19:

Date

Introduced

Sponsor(s) Title

Number

Assigned

Committee

Assigned

Date

Circulated

Date of

Official Action

9/14/17

Chairman Mendelson

Correspondence from the Joint Committee on Judicial Administration - FY 2019 Budget Submission for the District of Columbia Courts*

RC

22-82
 

9/18/17

9/18/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

FY 2017 Grant Budget Modifications of July 5, 2017

 

GBM

22-42

Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/19/17 14 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 10/3/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the WCSA Proposed contract with Siemens Industry, Inc. in the amount of $1,132,422 to provide building system maintenance, repair, and upgrades at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square

CA

22-264
Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue  9/19/17 10 day review begins 9/19/17 deemed approved 9/29/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

2018 Unemployment Compensation Maximum Weekly Benefit Amount Increase Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-431
Committee on Labor and Workforce Development 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Restrictions of the Use of Credit Information Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-418
Committee on Business and Economic Development

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Subrogation Fund Establishment Act of 2017

Bill

22-419
Committee on Labor and Workforce Development 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Captive Insurance Agency Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-420

Committee on Labor and Workforce Development

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor District of Columbia Cottage Food Regulations Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-432
Committee on Health

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Medical Marijuana Authorized Number of Dispensaries Increase Rulemaking Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-433
Committee on Health 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Washington Teachers’ Union, Local #6 of the American Federal of Teachers and the District of Columbia Public Schools Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-434

Retained with comments from the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Washington Teachers’ Union, Local #6 of the American Federal of Teachers and the District of Columbia Public Schools Emergency Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-435
Retained with comments from the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Jackson School Disposition and Lease Approval of 2017

PR

22-436
Committee on Business and Economic Development

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Medical Marijuana Dispensary Schedule of Fines Rulemaking Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-437
Committee on Health 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Police Officer Retention Amendment Act of  2017

Bill

22-421
Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Protection of Seniors and Vulnerable Adults from Financial Exploitation Act of 2017

Bill

22-422

Committee on Business and Economic Development with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Parks and Recreation License Plate Establishment Act of 2017

Bill

22-423
Committee on Transportation and the Environment

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Nurse Staffing Agency Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-424
Committee on Health 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Washington Teachers’ Union and Additional Labor Agreements Funding Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-425

Committee of the Whole with comments from the Committee on Education

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Washington Teachers’ Union and Additional Labor Agreements Funding Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017 

PR

22-438

Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Washington Teachers’ Union and Additional Labor Agreements Funding Emergency Amendment Act  of 2017

Bill

22-426

Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Washington Teachers’ Union and Additional Labor Agreements Funding Temporary Amendment Act  of 2017

Bill

22-427

Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the CFO

General Obligation Bonds and Bond Anticipation Notes for Fiscal Years 2018-2023 Authorization Act of 2017

Bill

22-428
Committee on Finance and Revenue 9/19/17

9/19/19

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the CFO General Obligation Bonds and Bond Anticipation Notes for Fiscal Years 2018-2023 Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-439
Retained with comments from Committee on Finance and Revenue 9/19/17 9/19/19

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the CFO General Obligation Bonds and Bond Anticipation Notes for Fiscal Years 2018-2023 Emergency Act of 2017

Bill

22-429
Retained with comments from Committee on Finance and Revenue

9/19/17

9/19/19

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the CFO General Obligation Bonds and Bond Anticipation Notes for Fiscal Years 2018-2023 Temporary Act of 2017

Bill

22-430

Retained with comments from Committee on Finance and Revenue

9/19/17

9/19/19

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Great Streets Technical Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-431

Committee on Business and Economic Development

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Financial Services Consumer Protection Act of 2017

Bill

22-432
Committee on Business and Economic Development

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Clinics Licensing Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-433

Committee on Health

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Contract No. DCRL-2017-C-0051 with the National Center for Children and Families Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-440

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Contract No. DCRL-2017-C-0051 with the National Center for Children and Families Emergency Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-441
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Contract No. CW50424 Emergency Approval Declaration Resolution

PR

22-442

Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Contract No. CW50424 Emergency Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-443

Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the WCSA Hi-Tech Electric, LLC, Contract Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-444
Committee on Finance and Revenue

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Councilmember Allen

Targeted Historic Assistance Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-434
Committee of the Whole 9/19/17 9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Modifications to Contract No. CW28295 with Maru Solutions Incorporated Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-445
Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Modifications to Contract No. CW28295 with Maru Solutions Incorporated Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

Bill

22-435

Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/19/17 9/19/17

9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson

Correspondence from DCPS - Annual Truancy Report for School Year 2016-2017    

RC

22-86
  9/19/17 9/19/17

9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson

Correspondence from the DC PCSB - Attendance and Discipline Report School Year 2016-2017  

RC

22-87
  9/19/17 9/19/17

 

Wednesday 9/20:

Date

Introduced

Sponsor(s)

Title

Number

Assigned

Committee

Assigned

Date

Circulated

Date of

Official Action

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of DCHFA

Housing Finance Agency provides notice of its proposal to issue a revenue bond financing in an amount not to exceed $14,700,000 for the acquisition, rehabilitation and construction financing of the Hanover Courts project (the "Development"). The Development will be located at 2400-2404, 2410-2412 Hartford Street, SE (evens only), and 3945 Knox Place, SE, Washington, DC 20020 on Square 5741, Lots 0831 & 0831 & 0832, in Ward 8 which, after completion is expected to consist of six (6) low-rise apartment buildings containing eighty-two (82) residential rental units.

HFA

22-12

Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization

9/20/17

30 day review begins 10/4/17 deemed approved 11/17/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of DCHFA

Housing Finance Agency provides notice of its proposal to issue a revenue bond financing in an amount not to exceed $16,875,000 for the acquisition, demolition, construction and equipping of the Ainger Place Apartments project (the "Development"). The Development will be located at 2410-2412 Ainger Place, SE, Washington, DC 20020 in Ward 8 which, after completion, the development is expected to consist of one (1) building containing seventy-two (72) residential rental units.

HFA

22-13

Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization

9/20/17

30 day review begins 10/4/17

deemed approved 11/17/17

9/18/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of DCHFA

Housing Finance Agency provides notice of its proposal to issue a revenue bond financing in an amount not to exceed $12,500,000 for the acquisition, rehabilitation, construction and equipping financing for the Brookland Place Apartment project (the "Development"). The Development will be located at 617 Hamlin Street, NE, 621 Hamlin Street, NE, 625 Hamlin Street, NE, 629 Hamlin Street, NE, 633 Hamlin Street, NE, 637 Hamlin Street, NE, 641 Hamlin Street, NE, 643 Hamlin Street, NE, 2908 7th Street, NE, 2912 7th Street, NE, 2916 7th Street, NE, and 2920 7th Street, NE, Washington, DC 20017 in Ward 7 which, after completion, the Development is expected to consist of twelve (12) low-rise apartment buildings containing eighty (80) residential rental units.

HFA

22-14

Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization

9/20/17

30 day review begins 10/4/17

deemed approved 11/17/17

9/19/17 Chairman Mendelson Board of Directors of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Jeff Marootian Appointment Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-446

Retained by the Council

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/19/17 Chairman Mendelson

Board of Directors of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Jeff Marootian Appointment Emergency Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-447

Retained by the Council

9/19/17

9/19/17

9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract to exercise option year one (1) with Liberty Healthcare Corporation in the amount of $1,713,792.00 for Provider Certification Reviews 

CA

22-265

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed task order with Morton Salt, Inc. in the amount of $2,268,000.00 to provide road deicer to the District 

CA

22-266

Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed modification for a twelve (12) month sole source extension contract with DB Grant Associates, Inc. in the not-to-exceed amount of $6,279,480.98 to provide Work Readiness and Placement services for the authorized Point-In-Time (PIT) amount of 750 participants in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program 

CA

22-267

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed sole source contract with PFC Associates, LLC in the amount of $4,318,536.88 to provide Occupational Healthcare and Ancillary Healthcare Services at the Police and Fire Clinic ("the Clinic")

CA

22-268

Retained with comments from the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety

9/20/17

10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17

9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed modification for a twelve (12) month sole source extension contract with Career Team, LLC in the not-to-exceed amount of $1,878,668.00 will continue to provide Job Placement Services for (Point in Time – 450 customers) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Services

CA

22-269

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17

10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17

9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract with Liberty Healthcare Corporation in the amount of $2,449,839.85 to provide Extended Family Foster Care services to youth and youth with child(ren) involved in the juvenile justice system who have been arrested and/or have been unsuccessful under probation status 

CA

22-270

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract to exercise option year four (4) with Intergraph Corporation in the amount of $1,523,363.87 to provide management and maintenance of the District’s Computer Aided Dispatch System

CA

22-271

Retained with comments from the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract to exercise option year one (1) with District of Columbia Primary Care Association (DCPCA) in the amount of $1,665,316.00 for DHCF HIE-HIT Technical Assistance and Outreach Support was filed in the Office of the Secretary on September 19, 2017.             

CA

22-272

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed modification for a twelve (12) month sole source extension contract with America Works of Washington DC in the not-to-exceed amount of $1,484,521.60 will provide Job Placement services for the authorized Point-In-Time (PIT) amount of 300 participants in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program     

CA

22-273

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract with Ethos Strategic Consulting, LLC in the amount of $10,000,000.00 to enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for Mission Oriented Business Integration Services (MOBIS)

CA

22-274

Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract modification with PC Net, Inc. in the amount of $10,000,000.00 to exercise Option Year Two to enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for Mission Oriented Business Integration Services (MOBIS)

CA

22-275

Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole

9/20/17

10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract with KRA Corporation in the not-to-exceed amount of $4,434,634.30 to continue to provide Work Readiness and Placement Services for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Services

CA

22-276

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed modification for a twelve (12) month sole source extension contract with Maximus Human Services, Inc. in the not-to-exceed amount of $2,223,739.20 will provide Work Readiness and Placement services for Point in Time (PIT) amount of 300 participants in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program

CA

22-277

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17
9/19/17

Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed modification for a twelve (12) month sole source extension contract with Maximus Human Services in the not-to-exceed amount of $4,646,844.88 will provide Work Readiness and Placement services for Point in Time (PIT) amount of 600 participants in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program

CA

22-278

Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services

9/20/17 10 day review begins 9/20/17 deemed approved 9/30/17

 Thursday 9/21:

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