Two JP Residents Lose City Jobs as Walsh Cleans House

Two of eight city employees fired or asked to resign in recent days live in the neighborhood, including the former longtime director of the city’s recycling program. The purge is the biggest City Hall shake-up since March, according to the Herald.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh fired or demanded the resignation of at least eight longtime city employees, including the executive director of Boston’s Landmarks Commission and the city’s director of recycling. Walsh’s press secretary, Kate Norton, confirmed Monday that the employment of eight municipal workers ended in the last few days.

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