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Could Another Nutter Official Be Leaving Soon?

The Inky reported this morning that mayoral spokesman Doug Oliver is expected to leave the administration for a job at Philadelphia Gas Works. And PhillyClout wonders if another senior Nutter official may also be out of here soon.

Could Another Nutter Official Be Leaving Soon?

The Inky reported this morning that mayoral spokesman Doug Oliver is expected to leave the administration for a job at Philadelphia Gas Works. And PhillyClout wonders if another senior Nutter official may also be out of here soon.

Trica Enright, executive director of the city's 2010 Census campaign Philly Counts, is no longer on the city payroll. Enright said she is being paid by the Philly Counts non-profit and expects to stay there for the next few months. Beyond that, she said she didn't know what her plans were.

Enright, who has a long resume of government and political jobs, managed Mayor Nutter's general election campaign and served as a deputy chief of staff before heading up the Census effort. 

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Jenny DeHuff is a 2005 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, where she cut her teeth in journalism. A South Philly transplant from New England, she joined the Daily News City Hall Bureau in 2013. For the past several years, she has worked as an investigative reporter exposing corruption in suburban politics, covering sometimes ghastly criminal court cases and following the people’s money and how its spent. In addition to being a dogged news hound, she enjoys reading and writing about travel, animals, Irish whiskey and aviation. E-mail tips to dehuffj@phillynews.com
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