Neese and Tracy after budget hearing 10-14-19

Bradley Tracy, right, was former Mayor Tim Neese’s chief of staff during the Republican’s last year in office. Fifteen months into Mayor Rod Roberson’s administration, Tracy will serve in the same position for the Democratic mayor.

ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson has appointed his predecessor’s chief of staff to come back to the role after a 15-month break.

Bradley Tracy, who became former Mayor Tim Neese’s chief of staff for the last year of the Republican’s term in 2019, joins the administration of Democrat Roberson after Dayna Bennett left the chief of staff role in March to become the city’s director of development services.

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