Lawyer Seales Named Interim Transportation Director
Frank Seales Jr., general counsel for the D.C. Department of Transportation, was named today as interim director of that agency to replace Emeka Moneme, who is leaving for Metro. Seales has worked there since 2001, after serving as chief counsel for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, according to a release from Mayor Adrian M. Fenty's office.
Seales also served from 1989 to 1998 as the chief and senior assistant attorney general for antitrust and consumer litigation in the Virginia attorney general's office, the release said.
"I am grateful for Director Moneme's service and leadership at the District Department of Transportation and I look forward to continuing to work with him to improve transportation in the District of Columbia in his new position," Fenty, who was on vacation, said in a statement. "Frank Seales has been an integral part of the DDOT team and I have full confidence that he will continue to lead the agency in an excellent direction."
David A Nakamura
July 23, 2008; 2:13 PM ET
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