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Superintendent Condag; Police Superintendent Eugenio Malic, PNP Maritime Group
Generally, in both cases the defendants sought to implicate the Superintendent for failure to regulate properly the affairs of Ideal Mutual, thus contributing to its demise.
Meanwhile provincial govt issued three transfer orders of Medical superintendent within 24 hours on political grounds.
In "The Critical Task of Hiring a New Chief," another article in the Special Recruitment Report, we look at more traditional superintendent searches, if there is such a thing these days.
The interviews with the School Committee and some members of the recently disbanded superintendent search committee will be held on the day the finalists visit.
Northwest Territories/unavut: Douglas Doak, Superintendent of Insurance, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories X1A 1N2; (867) 920-3423; www.
Their opinion was since the transfer of title occurred before the law took effect, no payment is required," Wilsona School District Superintendent Ned McNabb said.
Through his persistence, skill, and thoughtfulness, Payzant achieved as much as any superintendent could have, given the constraints.
Complex decisions in districts and schools are not typically made by the superintendent or principal acting alone to gather the facts and choose the outcome maximizing option.
McGuire, Managing Director, announced that close to 200 superintendents from member construction companies of the Contractors' Association of Greater New York, Inc.
To further recognize superintendents, BASF introduced the BASF Superintendent's Cup--a tournament within a tournament--where the two golf course superintendents with the lowest net scores from the three-day Finals event competed in head-to-head match play for a grand prize of $10,000 in cash and $10,000 worth of BASF turf products for the winner's home courses.
A former superintendent from Tucson, Arizona, noted in Education Week that the role of boards should be limited, adding that his board had met 172 times in a single year and had approved a wide range of administrative matters.

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