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Longtime Eric Adams pal goes from $30K pension to $240K a year after landing cushy NYC gig
 By Bernadette Hogan, Craig McCarthy and Kate Sheehy   
November 22, 2022 4:14pm
A longtime pal of Mayor Eric Adams rose from retired 911 dispatcher living off a $30,000 pension to be tapped for one of the highest-paid roles in city government, a $241,000-a-year gig.

The NYPD appointed Lisa White as its deputy commissioner for employee relations in May — with her official city bio touting her past work as an “Interim Supervisor’’ with the police department’’s 911 system, from which she retired with a base salary of $53,000 in December 2019, and later as a “Field Supervisor’’ with the Census Bureau.

Now White — who had rented a room to Adams for four years at her Brooklyn address, according to The City — is in charge of overseeing the mental health and morale of the NYPD’s 35,000 uniformed members.

And she’s drawing a salary that is nearly five times what her previous 911 operator job paid. ...

In January, Adams tried to appoint his brother, Bernard Adams, to a $242,000-a-year post as the NYPD’s deputy commissioner of governmental affairs before the kibosh was put on the controversial move.  ...
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Well,in his defense,the 240k money next year will be the equivalent of the 30k money of just a couple of years ago.
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