Sarah Kirsch, left, and Eugene Jones discuss the future of affordable housing police at an event hosted by WABE and Atlanta Civic Circle. (Photo by Britton Edwards)

As Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens crosses his 100th day on the job, some top city officials will be headed back to the job market. But Atlanta Housing CEO Eugene Jones said he’s confident he’ll be asked to stick around the city’s newly rejuvenated housing authority.

Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant will step down in June, after he and Dickens agreed the city should have a new top cop, the mayor’s office announced April 15.

Dickens made a campaign commitment to give top city officials a probationary period, telling Atlanta Civic Circle in November that Jones and other higher-ups would have 100 days to make their case.

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