As Danbury Mayor-elect Roberto Alves prepares to take over leadership of the city, he is brushing side fears of a major shakeup involving jobs. While Alves says City Hall staffers’ jobs aren’t ‘on the line,’ he does say some changes are coming. Mayor-Elect Alves will take office officially on December 1st as Danbury’s first Democratic mayor in 22 years. Lately, he has been spending a lot of time on the phone reassuring the various department heads that they still have a job… while at the same time admitting that some jobs are on the line. Alves has already named key members of his administration, and he says he will have the mayor’s office in place on day one, with a full staff ready to go well before December 1st.