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(Washington, DC)  —  Despite a projected budget shortfall of 66-million-dollars for fiscal year 2012, some Metro employees are working extensive overtime.  According to the “Washington Examiner,” a Metro construction inspector logged more than 550 hours of overtime during the first two months of the year, earning some 32-thousand-dollars in extra pay.  A Metro spokesperson says the transit agency’s five-billion-dollar capital improvement program is the main reason for the overtime figures.

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