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Philly firm hires rejected DC mayor

Adrian M. Fenty, turned down by DC voters last year, finds a niche as advisor to Philadelphia's Heffler, Radetich & Saitta

Philly firm hires rejected DC mayor

Philladelphila's own Heffler, Radetich & Saitta LLP accounting and business consulting firm has taken on ex-Washington Mayor Adrian M. Fenty as "outside Advisor and Counsel" to help clients "in dealing with all branches of the Federal Government," plus "litigation support." Statement by partners Edward J. Radetich and George A. Saitta here.

Fenty lost last September's re-election primary a well-funded campaign because he came across as "offensive" and "oblivious to constituents," Washington Post said here.

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