Carrie Brooks
Mayor Adrian M. Fenty forced the resignation yesterday of a top aide in charge of the city's troubled summer youth jobs program, saying the administration accepts "full responsibility" for the widespread problems that led to a $31 million cost overrun.
 
Fenty Loses Grip on His Bike but Not His Image (Post, August 7, 2008, Page B01)
 
D.C. GOVERNMENT: City Pays for Fenty Security on Political Trips (Post, June 20, 2008, Page B03)
 
Fenty's Fitness for Office: The Discipline That D.C. Mayor Brings to Cycling, Running Also Marks Politics, Some Say (Post, May 30, 2008, Page B01)
 
Fenty's Budget Amended, Approved: Council Votes Down Bid to Reopen Road (Post, May 14, 2008, Page B01)
 
Property Transfer, Cigarette Taxes Likely to Increase (Post, May 13, 2008, Page B01)
 
Agencies Cited For Poor Records: Significant Revenue May Have Been Lost (Post, April 24, 2008, Page B01)
 
Lottery Contract Eyed for New Firm: High-Priced Deal Sparks Questions By D.C. Council (Post, April 7, 2008, Page B01)
 
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, Page B01)
 
Fenty's Plan to Overhaul Schools Echoes Janey's (Post, February 27, 2007, Page B01)
 
In Politics, Time Is Everything (Post, February 1, 2007, Page DZ02)
 
Fenty Won't Sit With Laura Bush At Speech (Post, January 23, 2007, Page B01)
 
Fenty Stays Close to Home for Top Aides (Post, December 7, 2006, Page DZ02)
 
SCHOOL SYSTEM: Fenty to Name Ally To Lead Turnaround (Post, November 16, 2006, Page B04)
 
A Push to Put Government to Work: Fenty's Activist Zeal Draws Supporters; Critics Deride Lack of Experience (Post, September 7, 2006, Page B01)
 

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