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TURNBULL APPOINTS KRIGGER, MOLLOY

Gov. Charles W. Turnbull has announced his appointments of Rudolph E. Krigger Sr. as assistant to the governor on fiscal policy and economic affairs and Juel Molloy as interim chief of staff.
Molloy has been in government service since the late 1960s when she was a legislative staff assistant. She was one of the first officials to resign from Gov. Roy L. Schneider's administration. Her most recent position was chief of staff for Senate President Lorraine Berry during the 22nd Legislature.
Krigger was campaign manager for the Turnbull-James campaign and chief of staff to the transition team.
He has worked for several government offices over the last 20 years, including a stint at Management and Budget from 1987 to 1991. He left to become commissioner of Finance under the Farrelly administration.
Neither release on the new appointments indicated how much Krigger and Molloy are being paid or whether they are on payroll or on contract.
Wednesday's announcements were the first about Turnbull's Government House staff.
However, at least three other special assistants to the governor are now on the job: James O’Bryan, Whitman Browne and Roy Frett.
Browne is special assistant with oversight on education, labor, and cultural and civic affairs.
O’Bryan, state chairman for the Democratic Party and special assistant to the governor, declined Wednesday to specify the various purviews of Turnbull's other assistants, including his own, saying releases would soon be forthcoming from Government House.

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Gov. Charles W. Turnbull has announced his appointments of Rudolph E. Krigger Sr. as assistant to the governor on fiscal policy and economic affairs and Juel Molloy as interim chief of staff.
Molloy has been in government service since the late 1960s when she was a legislative staff assistant. She was one of the first officials to resign from Gov. Roy L. Schneider's administration. Her most recent position was chief of staff for Senate President Lorraine Berry during the 22nd Legislature.
Krigger was campaign manager for the Turnbull-James campaign and chief of staff to the transition team.
He has worked for several government offices over the last 20 years, including a stint at Management and Budget from 1987 to 1991. He left to become commissioner of Finance under the Farrelly administration.
Neither release on the new appointments indicated how much Krigger and Molloy are being paid or whether they are on payroll or on contract.
Wednesday's announcements were the first about Turnbull's Government House staff.
However, at least three other special assistants to the governor are now on the job: James O’Bryan, Whitman Browne and Roy Frett.
Browne is special assistant with oversight on education, labor, and cultural and civic affairs.
O’Bryan, state chairman for the Democratic Party and special assistant to the governor, declined Wednesday to specify the various purviews of Turnbull's other assistants, including his own, saying releases would soon be forthcoming from Government House.