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Asbury Park, New Jersey
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Wednesday, April 19, 1989
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Q DM p A Jim A w WHEN: APRIL 20th 21st EXIT 117 OARDEN STATE PKWY CLARK ST. 5 TOWING Z SERVICE t1 SHELL Welfare program cut back By BRUCE LEVINE Press Freehold Bureau FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP A trial program extending the Monmouth County welfare agency's office hours hasn't generated enough client use to continue, the Board of Social Services decided last night. The welfare board voted to reduce the program, both in hours and employees who can participate. The curtailed program was approved for three more months, with another review in June. The decision was greeted with disappointment by employees, who told the board members that the experimental work hours had improved morale, reduced absences and made the agency more accessible to clients. Board Counsel Raymond B. De-Ridder, the staff lawyer who prepared the resolution to modify the program, said, "You should be expanding the program." He said evening hours should be offered at the Neptune office, which serves a great number of the agency's clients. Board members Arthur P. Siegfried and Diane F. Schechter, who both serve on the personnel committee that recommended the changes, said their intent was to improve the program. In October, the board approved a six-month pilot program to keep the headquarters here open until 5:15 p.m. 45 minutes later four days a week and until 8 p.m. on Thursdays. The 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. hours in the agency's three satellite offices were unchanged. The revised program, starting May 1, will resume the old 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and continue the 8 p.m. closing on Thursday. While almost all of the agency's departments now are included in the extended hours, participation will be reduced to "staff who provide services to clients." The personnel committee is to meet with top agency administrators to determine who that will exclude. According to a report submitted to the board, clients increased their use of the extended hours each month, but relied much more on the agency Thursday evenings than the extra 45 minutes the other days. In March, about twice as many clients were seen per hour during normal hours than during the extended Thursday hours. Other services provided to clients, such as those provided by telephone, were not detailed in the report. Police offer cash reward in shootout Press Coastal Monmouth Bureau A $1,000 REWARD is being offered for information leading to the capture of Arthur Lee Washington Jr., the Asbury Park man state police say escaped after firing four shots at a state trooper on a residential street in Neptune last week. Capt. Thomas Gallagher, state police spokesman, said the organization's fugitive unit is handling the reward, but he would not say who posted it. Gallagher also did not know the specifics for how the reward would be dispersed. Gallagher said anyone with information on Washington's whereabouts should call any state police barracks. Washington, who is on parole for armed robbery, is charged in a warrant with attempted murder, aggravated assault, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and escape. No one was hurt in last Wednesday morning's gunfight on Drum-mond Avenue. Police and witnesses said Washington began firing at Trooper Michael J. Clayton after the trooper tried to prevent him from walking away from a car that had been pulled over in a motor vehicle stop. The trooper fired an estimated nine rounds before stopping to reload, at which time Washington escaped, police said. A special state police unit has been formed to concentrate on the search. 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