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US President Barak Obama taps Michael Graves for Key Administration Post

President Barack Obama announced today several key administration appointments. One of them is Princeton-based architect Michael Graves who is being proposed as a Member of the Architectural and Transportations Barriers Board. Graves was one of five appointees announced today and the only architect. In making the announcement President Obama said: “These fine public servants both bring a depth of experience and dedication to their new roles. Our nation will be well served by these individuals, and I look forward to working with the months to come.”

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