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      Sat May 19 2007 08:42 PM

Weather service's top 2 quit
Two leaders are leaving the National Weather Service, locked in battle with its parent agency over resources for the hurricane center and other operations.

The National Weather Service, which controls the National Hurricane Center, lost its top two leaders Friday: David Johnson and John E. Jones Jr.
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The top two leaders of the National Weather Service announced their departures Friday, two days after the director of the National Hurricane Center blasted the federal overseers of both agencies.

David Johnson, director of the National Weather Service since January 2004, said he would step down on June 30. John E. Jones Jr., the service's deputy director since 1998, will retire the same day after 35 years in the government.

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Edited by Ed Dunham (Sat May 19 2007 10:26 PM)

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