An unfortunate departure at City Hall | Editorials

No one expected Gary Edwards to break records for longevity as St. Joseph’s city manager.

That designation falls to Edwards’ predecessor, Bruce Woody, who served nearly a decade before taking a job with a public utility in Florida. Edwards, on the other hand, barely served two months before he announced his resignation. He told councilmembers and city staff that he needs to attend to an unforeseen family health crisis.

Edwards came to St. Joseph with 25 years of prior city management experience. In hiring him, the council may have been thinking of leadership that was steady, competent and relatively brief

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‘Rarely has a president shown such little personal evolution in office’

He gave an interview in which he described the chief of staff as a “paranoid schizophrenic” and said Bannon was wasting time trying to “suck his own c–k”.

It was reportedly Trump’s wife, Melania, and daughter, Ivanka, who insisted he go.   The strength of the Trump marriage was a source of tabloid speculation: Melania appeared to swat his hand away on a couple of occasions and Trump once confessed that he’d forgotten to buy her a birthday present.

The truth was probably that the First Lady was shy, that she found the pressures of media scrutiny unbearable, even farcical.


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Iran’s Rouhani hails departure of Trump, describes him ‘tyrant’

United States President, Donald Trumo (L) and Iran President, Rouhani (R)

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday hailed the departure of “tyrant” US counterpart Donald Trump, who is due to leave office later in the day making way for President-elect Joe Biden.

A “tyrant’s era came to an end and today is the final day of his ominous reign,” Rouhani said in televised remarks to his cabinet.

“Someone for whom all of his four years bore no fruit other than injustice and corruption and causing problems for his own people and the world.”

During his presidency, Trump led a campaign

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Fresno Housing Authority CEO Prince announces departure

published on February 4, 2021 – 2:11 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Preston Prince, longtime CEO and executive director of the Fresno Housing Authority, announced he will be stepping down from the post effective March 31.

Prince is taking a position with the Santa Clara County Housing Authority. He has led the agency for 14 years.

“Preston leaves a strong legacy to affordable housing in our community,” according to an announcement from the Fresno Housing Authority. “During his tenure, he was instrumental in creating partnerships with public and private agencies, and increasing the level of awareness that stable

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CCMI departure rankles some on Geneva City Council | News

GENEVA — When you’ve got the highest property tax rate in the county and your neighbor has none, competing for development is problematic.

It can make holding onto existing businesses a challenge as well.

At their work session Monday night, City Council members lamented the expected loss of CCMI, Inc., which is hoping to move from its city facility on Middle Street into a larger manufacturing building in the town of Geneva on Route 14 near Gambee Road this spring.

There, the company — which has found itself quite busy during the pandemic making plastics products that include sneeze guards

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Blackburn Rovers man seals temporary departure

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Blackburn Rovers midfielder Tom White has joined National League side Hartlepool United on loan, the Championship club have confirmed.

White spent the first half of this season in League Two with Bolton Wanderers, having joined the Trotters on a temporary basis back in the summer transfer window.

But after making 14 appearances in all competitions for Ian Evatt’s side, White returned to Blackburn at the end of the January transfer window, and is now set to go in search of first-team football elsewhere.

It was announced on Friday that White

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