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A TENDER GETS HER BRIDGE BACK IN JULY, JEANIE CURTISS WAS FIRED AFTER TALKING TO THE SUN-SENTINEL. MANY OF OUR READERS WERE INCENSED.
[Broward Metro Edition]
South Florida Sun - Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Author: Ralph De La Cruz Columnist
Date: Aug 30, 2007
Start Page: A.1
Section: News
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Photo(s); PEACEFUL RESOLUTION? [Jeanie Curtiss] said she didn't want to get into a legal tangle with Tri-Angle, preferring instead to reason with the company and get her old job back. Staff photo/Mike Stocker FAMILIAR TERRITORY: Jeanie Curtiss, toting a chair, walks under the crossing arm toward the 11th Avenue bridge house Wednesday, her first day back on the job. Curtiss, an employee of Tri-Angle Maintenance, was fired despite being, as numerous boaters and residents of the area confirmed in e-mails, an attentive and conscientious tender. Staff photo/Mike Stocker

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