Tacoma city attorney jumps ship
Business Examiner Daily
Local Business News for April 19, 2004
Tacoma's City Attorney Robin Jenkinson has resigned from her post to accept a similar position with the City of Kirkland.
As Tacoma's City Attorney, Jenkinson supervised a team of 47 employees, including 25 civil, utilities and criminal justice attorneys.
"I had the good fortune of working in the Legal Department at a time when some very exciting projects were taking place in Tacoma, such as the Museum of Glass, the Tacoma Art Museum, Thea Foss Landing and the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center," said Jenkinson.
She also has the misfortune of having been among city officials some critics contend failed to take actions that could have to prevented the murder/suicide of Crystal Brame and Tacoma Police Chief David Brame.
Jenkinson's last day with the city will be April 30.
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