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A senior City Hall official has parted ways with the company, the London City Manager said in an email to employees on Monday.

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A senior City Hall official has parted ways with the company, the London City Manager said in an email to employees on Monday.

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Jacqueline Davison, an assistant city manager in charge of “business support,” is no longer employed by City Hall, a spokesman confirmed to The Free Press.

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According to her LinkedIn profile, she came to City Hall in August 2021. Before that, she spent a little over a year than CFO at the London Health Sciences Center before a number of top executives left the hospital network.

City Hall declined to give details of the break other than to say City Manager Lynne Livingstone will take on the role in the meantime.

We thank Jacqueline for her service to the city and our community,” the city hall wrote in an emailed statement. We respect the importance of confidentiality in employment matters and cannot comment on specific matters.”

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Davison’s departure is the second change in municipal leadership in recent weeks. Patti McKague, chief of communications at City Hall for almost five years, left the company earlier this month.

Davison’s replacement is expected to begin recruiting in early 2023.

As Head of Enterprise Supports, she oversaw HR, security, emergency management, and IT, among other corporate functions at City Hall.

Livingstone orchestrated a major reshuffle of City Hall’s workforce just before Davison arrived, shaking up departments and replacing chief executives with deputy city managers. There are seven such scrolls reporting to Livingstone.

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