by Jim Nintzel
Details remain sketchy, but The Range has learned from multiple sources today that Jennifer Coyle, the chief of staff for Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller, resigned from her post earlier this week. While accounts vary among our various sources, it appears that a personality conflict was at the root of Coyle's decision to step down.
We've also heard that Coyle's resignation may only be the first as other staff members are looking to find work elsewhere.
Unconfirmed reports say that Coyle's replacement will be Jeannie Davis Haldorsen, who served as a spokeswoman for Republican Sean Collins' unsuccessful 2012 effort to unseat Republican Supervisor Ray Carroll. Haldorsen's arrival on the 11th floor should make for even more interesting interactions between the District 1 and District 4 offices.