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A month and a half after taking over the city’s 911 call center, Kevin Stratton is leaving City Hall — with the future leadership of the turmoil-wracked department now up for grabs.

Mayor Justin Elicker confirmed for the Independent during a Wednesday afternoon phone interview that Stratton will soon be departing from his role as the director of the city’s Public Safety Communications department, also known as the Public Safety Access Point (PSAP).

The mayor said Stratton’s last day on the job will be Friday. He said Stratton gave notice last Monday about his coming resignation.

I’m very disappointed that he’s leaving,” Elicker said. ​Kevin decided that it wasn’t the right fit. We would have loved to have kept him…