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Statement from State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle:

“As we prepare to return to work, I sincerely hope everyone is holding up as well as can be expected depending on your location in our community.

Please know we are a very resilient community and together we will recover and rebuild.

Some of our offices in different locations did suffer some slight damage and so in an abundance of caution, we had to allow the County government entities that maintain our buildings the time necessary to do all they need to do to get us up and running to serve our community in the safest and most efficient manner possible.

We will reopen on Monday, September 18th, and we will work with all of our victims, witnesses, and child support customers to ensure we do all we can to get you back on track in our collaborative efforts to seek justice.

Stay safe.”


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