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Mayor Vincent C. Gray has hired more senior staffers than his predecessor and is paying his top managers tens of thousands more a year amid city employee furloughs and looming budget cuts.
Mass. Official Picked to Head D.C. Jobs Agency (Post, November 7, 2008)
SUMMER JOBS: Program Erred Badly in Projecting Payroll (Post, August 7, 2008)
Complaining of Mayor's Governing Style, Aide Resigns: Public Feels 'Left Out of Decisions,' Richardson Has Said (Post, January 4, 2008)
Showtime for Friends of Fenty: Mayoral Aides, Family Members Gain Access to City's Skybox (Post, December 20, 2007)
Mystics Take Five To Get A Victory: Mystics 91, Lynx 83 (Post, July 11, 2007)
In Ward 4, Election Buzz Is Politics As Usual (Post, July 5, 2007)
A High-Profile Start: Fenty Logs Plenty of Face Time in His First 100 Days As D.C. Mayor, but Some Await Progress on Promises (Post, April 18, 2007)
Ripping Down Barriers: Symbols of Openness, Access Abound in D.C. Mayor's Fast-Paced New Administrative Space (Post, February 20, 2007)
Fenty Stays Close to Home for Top Aides (Post, December 7, 2006)
MAYORAL TRANSITION: Fenty's 'Bullpen' Rejects Traditional Office Model (Post, December 3, 2006)
SCHOOL SYSTEM: Fenty to Name Ally To Lead Turnaround (Post, November 16, 2006)
THE TRANSITION: Fenty, Gray Move Quickly to Make an Impact (Post, November 9, 2006)
POLITICAL RACES: Fenty Vows 'Aggressive' Transition If Elected (Post, November 7, 2006)
MAYORAL CAMPAIGN: Fenty Spokesman-Strategist Is Fired as Election Day Nears (Post, October 24, 2006)

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