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Weir Named Rochester Public Integrity Director

Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren has named a new director for the city's office of public integrity.  He is Timothy Weir, who joins the city after a 26 year career with the FBI in which his duties included being a forensic accounting specialist dealing with white collar crimes. 

In his new job, Weir will be responsible for investigating reports of fraud, corruption, waste and abuse within city government. He will also direct internal audits and administrative investigations.

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