CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago’s top cop and the CEO of Chicago’s Public Schools will continue in those roles under Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration, the mayor’s office announced on Tuesday.

Police Supt. Eddie Johnson and CPS CEO Janice Jackson were among about a half-dozen key aides under Mayor Rahm Emanuel who will keep their jobs.

In addition to Johnson and Jackson, the following agency department heads will remain in their current positions:

Juan Salgado, City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor
Dorval Carter, Chicago Transit Authority President
Michael Kelly, Chicago Park District General Superintendent and CEO
Eugene Jones, Chicago Housing Authority CEO

“We are hitting the ground running with a talented team of public servants ready to serve every Chicagoan,” said Mayor Lightfoot.

In a mayoral debate hosted by CBS

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