Of all the jobs Lori Lightfoot must fill, one has the greatest potential to make or break her day-to-day performance as Chicago’s 56th mayor.
It’s chief of staff, a $195,000-a-year, pressure-cooker of a job that chewed up and spit out a dozen occupants during former Mayor Richard M. Daley’s 22-year reign and five during Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s eight-year tenure.
With those high-stakes in mind, Lightfoot has chosen Maurice Classen, the former director of strategy for the…
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