Williams Promises to Improve
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After receiving a resounding mandate,
defeating Republican Carol Schwartz in all 140 of the city's voting precincts, Williams
said he would strive to build pride in the work force, invite people to grade his
progress and insist on restoration of home rule.
Runner-up Ian Alexander (By Patrick D. Witty)
Control Board to Meet With Williams
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