The City has ended the employment of eight high-ranking managers, including Boston Landmarks Commission Executive Director (BLC) Ellen Lipsey, a Jamaica Plain resident, according to Mayor’s Office spokesperson Kate Norton. The Boston Globe first reported the action.
“As with any administration, there are a number of staff changes that take place at various points. Some of these positions are simply being taken in a different direction,” Norton said in an email to the Gazette.
The other seven employees are Susan Cascino, director of Recycling Programs at the Public Works Department; Steven Gregory Dolan, executive assistant at the Traffic Division; Kathleen Green, a health insurance coordinator; Bernard Lynch, executive assistant at the Boston Parks and Recreation Department; Alda Marshall, director of public/private partnerships at the Office of Arts & Culture; Paul McColgan, directions of operations at the Traffic Division; and Joseph Mulligan, deputy director at Property Management.