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He was named interim president of the WDSF and convinced leadership to relocate its headquarters from Barcelona to Lausanne, Switzerland, where the IOC is based.
Medhurst, who will continue to host the Nationals postgame show on WJFK, was the station’s primary fill-in host in the afternoons after Chad Dukes was fired in late October and has served as the interim midday host since last month.
This would include the Oslo Accords, signed in 1995 as an interim agreement.
Everett Lott, interim director of the District Department of Transportation, said in a statement that the redesign is “an important milestone” in making the area safer.
Mayor Todd Gloria, then Council president who took over as interim mayor, decided to keep working with Hughes.
In the meantime, area superintendent Lamont Jackson will serve as interim superintendent through 2021.
His first day as interim chief will be Monday, when Roessler’s retirement — announced in November — takes effect, county officials said.
Mary Winston of Bed Bath & Beyond was the second, though her stint as CEO was short—seven months—and on an interim basis.
He'll be succeeded on an interim basis by company co-founder Jen Rubio, and an outside search firm has been retained to find a permanent successor.
The district tapped area superintendent Lamont Jackson to serve as interim superintendent, the Union-Tribune reported.

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