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reopening this issue because "assigned to hlos" does not mean "closed" stop abusing the "Close" button to sweep issues under the rug. we know you guys dont want to do your jobs but thats no excuse for closing issues without fixing them
get your stuff in gear APD!
Im not surprised. That's why I immediately re-opened this when I saw Lt. Hosh Durani fake-close it. They fraudulently close thousands of issues on this site reporting the same thing. They've done it to my reports too. They do this because the site automatically 'archives' closed reports after a certain period of time, and once that has happened you can't re-open or comment on it. It's just their clever little way of sweeping these issues under the rug without actually fixing them. Remember to always immediately re-open any issue they close or it'll end up archived and you won't be able to update it anymore. If they close it and the site archives it, you'll have to re-submit the entire report and lose your paper trail documenting the issues over time.
It's pretty disgusting what a corrupt and worthless government we have out here.
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