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He said Arroyo issued an executive order removing the Secretary of Justice as member of the Board of Pardon and Parole but she kept on reappointing him to the top DOJ post.
Arroyo kept on reappointing Secretary Gonzales, and at the same time, she was diminishing the powers of the Secretary of Justice," he said.
By reappointing a Fed chair chosen by someone else, a president can appear to guarantee financial markets that the Fed is not too much under his thumb.
The rest of the council leaned toward reappointing the existing commissioners, who they felt have done their job well.
Citing the need for continuity in leadership of the state's efforts to protect and restore Puget Sound, the governor announced that she was reappointing Brad Ack to lead the Puget Sound Action Team partnership.
Firefighters said morale was low after selectmen went for a couple of months without reappointing the board.
Firefighters said morale was low after selectmen went for a couple of months without reappointing the board that oversees the administration of the town's call Fire Department.
Michael Hughes, chairman of the Board of Selectmen, would not publicly discuss the board's reasons for not reappointing Mr.
STERLING - The Board of Selectmen was peppered with questions at a packed meeting Wednesday about not reappointing a number of people to town committees.
Heller made a motion to appoint the police chief for one year, with the intent of not reappointing him after that.