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Police Chief Announces Retirement
  San Jose fire chief announces he's leaving for Las Vegas  William McDonald, who took over a department demoralized by layoffs and bitter fights with City Hall, announced he will leave after 3 years   San Jose police chief announces his retirement

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  Chief Chris Moore announced Monday that he plans to retire. He'll step down as the city copes with a recent spike in violent crime

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  San Jose Police Chief Rob Davis informed city officials Sunday that he will retire at the end of October

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  Ron Gonzales proposed no new major programs, chastised what he termed 'the politics of blame' in the city

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Dec.20 City Manager To Retire
  In his letter to council members, Del Borgsdorf says he's quitting for personal reasons Dec.8   Mayor Has No Intention Of Resigning  Ron Gonzales has no intention of resigning from office despite the likelihood that he will be censured Jan.18 Councilman resigns, agrees to charges
  Terry Gregory agreed to misdemeanor charges in exchange for a sentence without jail

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Aug.10 Chief information officer Grycz resigns
  An official release of an audit found her decision to purchase $8 million in Cisco equipment for the new City Hall biased

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Jan.14   Fire chief steps down via e-mail
  Manuel Alarcon, 53, was the subject of criticism for his department's handling of the Santana Row fire

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