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Interview with David Wolff

David Wolff has been the Chair of the Metro Board since 2004. He will be stepping down as soon as Mayor Parker names a replacement for him. With all that’s been going on regarding Metro in the news lately, I thought this would be a good time to talk to Wolff about his tenure and where Metro stands today. Here’s our conversation:

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It’s a bit long, but I think it’s well worth listening to. Frankly, we could have gone on for another hour or so, but I think we covered a lot of ground. Please let me know what you think. As Rick Casey notes, Metro is responding quite aggressively to the document-shredding allegations; you’ll hear some of that from Wolff in this conversation. I agree with him that we ought to eventually get an objective picture of just what did happen, and when we do, we can refer back to some of the things that were said here and elsewhere for comparison.

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