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Topic - Lorraine A. Green
Questions about Mayor Vincent C. Gray's hiring practices aren't likely to go away as long as inconsistencies remain in the stories of those involved.
The D.C. Council on Tuesday sought a court order to bring in key witnesses who have ducked hearings on Mayor Vincent C. Gray's personnel practices.
Vincent C. Gray's campaign chairman says she never gave money or promised a job to the minor 2010 mayoral candidate who says he got both to furtively act as a Gray campaign operative last year.
Vincent C. Gray's campaign chairman testified Friday that she did not give payments or the promise a job to a minor mayoral candidate who says he got both those perks to furtively act as a Gray campaign operative last year.
A D.C. Council member has taken a new approach to reeling in a pair of elusive witnesses to testify at hearings on Mayor Vincent C. Gray's hiring practices: the mail.
A D.C. Council member took a new approach to reeling in a pair of elusive witnesses to testify at hearings on Mayor Vincent C. Gray's hiring practices: the mail.
A former personnel director for Mayor Vincent C. Gray is sticking to her story that the District's fire chief wanted to hire the son of a D.C. Cabinet member in January, though three people and a chain of emails point to her as "the architect" of the decision.
A D.C. Council committee that hoped to shed light Friday on charges of nepotism in Mayor Vincent C. Gray's hiring practices will have to wait a while longer.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray's former chief of staff testified Thursday that she made errors in hiring for the administration and allowed informal standards to guide how much appointees were paid.
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A D.C. Council member on Wednesday cried foul over a four-member city agency slated for a budget increase that would cover the salary of the daughter of a close confidante of Mayor Vincent C. Gray.
A close confidant of Mayor Vincent C. Gray withdrew her nomination Monday to be the chairman of the Washington Convention Center and Sports Authority, the mayor's office said.
D.C. mayoral candidate Vincent C. Gray prides himself on loyalty and longevity in his relationships, relying for advice on a small cadre of confidants and friends who are also established figures in D.C. politics.
But that account doesn't appear to square with what Ms. Green told the committee five days earlier, specifically in an exchange with council member
Ms. Green denied those claims in a hearing before the council committee Friday, which ended abruptly when Ms. Green declined to answer questions about her conversations with Mr. Brooks after Mr. Brown's accusations were made public.