CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Park District has suspended two high-level managers amid disciplinary action against 42 employees, including nine cases stemming from an investigation into sexual misconduct and abuse within its Beaches and Pools Unit. Parks CEO Michael Kelly says the two managers — the assistant director of recreation and beaches and the pools manager — were placed on emergency suspension Friday while the district awaits the outcome of the investigation by the inspector general’s office. He said Monday that seven other employees also were placed on emergency suspension, and six others have resigned. The others received a written reprimand, suspension, chose to resign or were fired.
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