A city commission recommended pay raises for all the city’s elected officials in a report issued Monday.
The commission said the mayor, City Council, public advocate, controller, borough presidents and district attorneys should all get pay boosts of at least 12%, with some getting more generous boosts.
The City Council would get the biggest raise — to $138,315, a 23% boost to their current $112,500 pay, but only if they agree to give up extra payments known as “lulus” and outside income.
The mayor’s salary should be boosted to $258,750, from $225,000 now, the commission said — a 15% hike.
Mayor de Blasio has said he won’t accept a raise during his current term, but might if he’s reelected.