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Doug Williams, the Ring of Fame quarterback and longtime member of the Washington Football Team’s front office, has been appointed senior adviser to team president Jason Wright, the team announced Thursday.
There’s been plenty of uproar in Oceanside recently over Kori Jensen, a Realtor and the city’s newest councilwoman, and whether she actually lives in the district she was appointed to represent.
In her January veto letter, Bowser said the new watchdog would create a “duplicative, overly broad and costly administrative structure” — and possibly violate the Home Rule Act by creating an executive office with a director appointed by the council.
It also mandates that the Commander-in-Chief appoints key ministerial positions, and allows the military to take over in times of emergency.
When appointed principal, he was the first lay person to head a Catholic school in the Washington archdiocese.
Cohen, who along with two other former Chewy executives was appointed to GameStop’s board in January, has urged the company to shift its focus away from physical stores and games to digital sales, esports and virtual gaming.
Councilwoman Priya Bhat-Patel, for instance, was appointed that night on a 3-2 vote to the Clean Energy Alliance, a public power agency with which Schumacher had been closely involved.
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Unpaid consultants and appointed officials like Hughes can also be subject to the law if they consistently provide advice that a city follows, said James Markman, an Orange County-based attorney who has long represented cities.
In India, it hasn’t come to that, yet, but the top judiciary has become visibly accommodating of Modi’s preferences even though he doesn’t—unlike in the US system—get to appoint judges.
So Neil appoints Arpi deputy mayor, exploiting her ambition to muffle a voice of dissent and free himself from the burden of actually governing.

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