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  •   Recent Resignations in D.C. Government

    Brimmer Remains Critical of City's Elected Leaders. Outgoing D.C. financial control board Chairman Andrew F. Brimmer, with characteristic bluntness, made clear in an interview that he views the city as half reformed, at best.
    Thursday, April 2, 1998; Page J01

    Control Board Chairman Won't Serve Second Term. Control board Chairman Andrew F. Brimmer told President Clinton that he does not want to serve a second term at the helm of the presidentially appointed panel that runs the District government. His term expires in June.
    Saturday, March 21, 1998; Page A01

    D.C. School Official Is Asked to Quit. D.C. Chief Financial Officer Anthony A. Williams demanded the resignation of the school system's top finance official without consulting schools Chief Executive Julius W. Becton Jr. The move prompted complaints from school officials that they don't have enough autonomy to do their jobs.
    Friday, March 6, 1998; Page B01

    Schools Operations Chief Resigns. The abrupt departure of Charles E. Williams as the chief operations officer of D.C. schools leaves the troubled public school system with a host of unfinished projects, including planned roof and boiler repairs.
    Saturday, Feb. 28, 1998; Page B01


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