Under former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the mayor's office had four deputy mayors, a chief of staff, deputy chief of staff and communications director. She paid the sevenmembers of her senior leadership a combined $863,000.
Given the restructuring, it is unclear how much Pugh's full executive staff will be paid.
Rawlings-Blake paid her chief of staff, Kaliope Parthemos, $186,150 and her deputy chief of staff, Kimberly Morton, $140,000. Her deputy mayors were paid between $127,500 and $167,900.
McCarthy earned $125,000 as a part of Rawlings-Blake's team.
Pugh will save $344,000 by eliminating four senior level staff members, according to her office.
Pugh will not replace Gus Augustus, who earned about $100,000 as a neighborhood liaison, or Leon F. Pinkett III, who earned about $96,000 as an economic development liaison. Pinkett was just elected to the City Council.
Two of Rawlings-Blake's deputy mayors still work for the city.
Andrew Smullian, Rawlings-Blake's deputy mayor for government relations and labor, will work for Pugh through early next year. He is paid $142,300.
Colin Tarbert, Rawlings-Blake's deputy mayor for economic and neighborhood development, will work as an assistant to Smith on Pugh's economic development team. He will continue to be paid $151,600.
Neal Janey left the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice. Pugh tapped Olivia Schnitzer to lead the office.