• Tumar Alexander, deputy chief-of-staff, whose salary went from $110,000 back to $115,789

  • Gloria Casarez, director of LGBT affairs, whose salary went from $77,000 back to $80,000

  • Rina Cutler, deputy mayor, whose salary went from $152,000 back to $160,000

  • Denise Dixon-Williams, executive assistant, whose salary went from $77,000 back to $80,000

  • Katherine Gajewski, director, whose salary went from $90,157 back to $95,000

  • Teresa Gillen, federal legislative-affairs director, whose salary went from $147,250 back to $155,000

  • Alan Greenberger, deputy mayor, whose salary went from $152,000 back to $160,000

  • Mary Horstmann, assistant managing director, whose salary went from $81,000 back to $84,156

  • Maia Jachimowicz, deputy policy director, whose salary went from $81,000 back to $84,156

  • Jazelle Jones, deputy managing director, whose salary went from $86,625 back to $90,000

  • Amy Kurland, inspector general, whose salary went from $142,500 back to $150,000

  • Travis Larrier, deputy education advisor, whose salary went from $80,850 back to $84,000

  • Joan Markman, chief integrity officer, whose salary went from $142,500 back to $150,000

  • Stephanie Marsh, legislative and government affairs coordinator, whose salary went from $90,091 back to $93,600

  • Kathleen McAfee, first deputy inspector general, whose salary went from $118,750 back to $125,000

  • Mark McDonald, press secretary, whose salary went from $114,000 back to $120,000

  • Christine Piven, director of scheduling, whose salary went from $75,075 back to $78,000

  • Lewis Rosman, director of legislative affairs, whose salary went from $123,975 back to $130,000

  • Jordan Schwartz, deputy chief-of-staff, whose salary went from $86,624 back to $90,000

  • Shelley Smith, city solicitor, whose salary went from $165,741 back to $174,464

  • Lydia Hernandez Velez, deputy managing director of aging, whose salary went from $86,625 back to $90,000

  • Dave Wilson, deputy managing director, whose salary went from $152,000 back to $160,000

Top staffers who are still taking pay cuts:

  • Everett Gillison, chief-of-staff, whose salary is $178,650 after an annual cut of $19,850

  • Suzanne Biemiller, first deputy chief-of-staff, whose salary is $152,000 after an annual cut of $8,000

  • Michael DiBerardinis, deputy mayor, whose salary is $152,000 after an annual cut of $8,000

  • Rob Dubow, finance director, whose salary is $165,741 after an annual cut of $8,723

  • Richard Negrin, managing director, whose salary is $171,000 after an annual cut of $9,000

  • Donald Schwarz, deputy mayor, whose salary is $152,000 after an annual cut of $8,000

  • Lori Shorr, chief education advisor, whose salary is $142,500 after an annual cut of $7,500

  • Gary Steuer, chief cultural advisor, whose salary is $156,750 after an annual cut of $8,250

  • Melanie Johnson, city representative, whose salary is $104,500 after an annual cut of $5,500