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Official resigns from state bullet train post

July 19, 2011|The Los Angeles Times

Former Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle resigned on Monday from the California High-Speed Rail Authority board, saying he would like to concentrate on his government consulting and lobbying firm.

Pringle, a former Assembly speaker, sent a resignation letter to board Chairman Tom Umberg, who praised his colleague for advancing the project, working to attract federal funding and helping to hire the authority's current chief executive, Roelof Van Ark.  L.A. NOW

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