And suburban appointee
Mark Enoch this month said Dallas officials are trying to make D2 a priority over Cotton Belt in case the board can only build one over the other.
The resumes describe the background characteristics of each appointee
, from their education and training to their work and political experience.
As President-elect Donald Trump steadily announces a series of controversial cabinet appointees
, Democrats on Capitol Hill are mustering what little power they have in the Senate to block, or at least delay, their confirmations.
are Barbara Graves of Little Rock, a retired businesswoman, and Larry Ross of Sherwood, president of Ross Consulting LLC.
Turning point in the vetting process of the appointees
of the president in South Sudan National Legislative Assembly
Both Republicans and Democrats almost always unanimously support any appointment made by a president of their own party--even when the appointee
clearly does not match their own philosophy.
In the past 10 years, seven of the 11 appointees
, including Carothers' replacement, have been in black wards, and only two have been in white wards.
A second issue of interest may be whether the activities of such appointees
are subject to oversight by, and accountable to, Congress.
SACRAMENTO (AP) -- The state Senate has rejected one of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's appointees
to the California Community College Board of Governors.
The Pension Service will explain the roles and responsibilities of an appointee
The investigation grew out of a briefing for GSA political appointees
The first chair of our board of directors, Christopher Cross, was a former Republican staff director on Capitol Hill and was also a political appointee
in the George H.
And as an appointee
of 4th District Supervisor Don Knabe, he may be biased because Knabe's son Matt Knabe is a lobbyist for the airport.
I went to work for a political appointee
, Sargent Shriver, who turned out to be a great leader of the Peace Corps.
That's also the office headed by Bush appointee
Scott Bloch, who came under fire in February 2004 after he scrubbed all references to sexual orientation-based discrimination from the OSC's Web site.