Don Maloney (Born Sep 5, 1958 in Lindsay, Ontario) was a NHL player and a General Manager of the New York Rangers. He also played on the Hartford Whalers in 1988-1989. Lindsay (2001 population 16,930) is a community on the Scugog River in the Kawartha Lakes region of southern Ontario, Canada. ... NHL can also be an abbreviation for National Historic Landmark or Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. ... The general manager in the sense contemplated in this article is the executive of a professional sports team responsible primarily for acquiring the rights to player personnel, negotiation of their contracts and reassignment or dismissal of players no longer desired on the team. ... The New York Rangers (NYR) are a National Hockey League team based in New York City. ... The Hartford Whalers, previously known as the New England Whalers, were a World Hockey Association and later National Hockey League franchise from 1972 to 1997. ... 1988 is a leap year starting on a Friday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 1989 is a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ...
Maloney said he wasn't asking for commission approval to change the city charter, just to let "citizens have the opportunity they deserve to express their view" on the issue.
Don Knode, a member of the charter review committee of 2001-02, said that it was interesting to note that in the past, all four commissioners now against the issue, at one time or another had been in favor of the measure.
Maloney said that while he might not agree with the other commissioners' opinions on a city manager, not allowing the issue to be settled by the voters is "taking away the right of the people to make a decision" about their government.
John Maloney was convicted three years ago for killing his estranged wife and then burning her body, but Target 2 investigative reporter Natalie Arnold found out Maloney and his family say there is evidence that should cast doubt on his conviction.
Maloney's supporters point to fingerprint and blood evidence that suggests Pawlak was at Sandy's home the night of her death.
Maloney and his supporters say Pawlak helped clean Sandy up, tossed her bloody shirt in the basement hamper, then took Sandy upstairs to the couch and left her with her cigarettes, where Sandy passed out and accidentally lit herself on fire.
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