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  1. The first mayor of the expanded city was Robert Anderson Van Wyck . The longest-serving mayors have been Fiorello H. La Guardia (1934–1945), Robert F. Wagner Jr. (1954–1965), Ed Koch (1978–1989) and Michael Bloomberg (2002–2013), each of whom was in office for twelve years (three successive four-year terms).

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      Edward Irving Koch (/ k ɒ tʃ / KOTCH; December 12, 1924 –...

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      Eric Leroy Adams (born September 1, 1960) is an American...

    • Fiorello H. La Guardia

      1938 NYC Teamsters Truckers Strike; La Guardia Commission, a...

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      Thomas Willett (c. 1607 – August 29, 1674) was a Plymouth...

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  2. The 1898 consolidation created the city as it is today with five boroughs: Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. The first mayor of the expanded city was Robert Anderson Van Wyck. The longest-serving mayors have been Fiorello H. La Guardia (1934–1945), Robert F. Wagner Jr. (1954–1965), Ed Koch (1978–1989) and Michael ...

  3. Abraham D. Beame 1974-1977. Edward I. Koch 1978-1989. David N. Dinkins 1990-1993. Rudolph W. Giuliani 1994-2001. Michael R. Bloomberg 2002-2013. Bill de Blasio 2014-2021. Eric L. Adams 2022-. * Prior to June 15, 1665 (when New Amsterdam was captured by the British), the City was headed by Burgomasters.

    • Thomas Willett (bef.1605-1674) (served 1665 to 1666 and 1667 to 1668)
    • Thomas Delavall (served 1666 to 1667; 1671 to 1672; and 1678 to 1679)
    • Cornelius Van Steenwyk (served 1668 to 1671 and 1682 to 1684)
    • Matthias Nicoll (served 1672 to 1673)
  4. Jan 9, 2021 · In 1898, Mayor Robert Van Wyck became the first mayor of the new Greater City of New York. Beginning with Van Wyck, the records of each mayoral administration are organized in three key series: subject files, departmental files, and general correspondence. This scheme was maintained almost unchanged over the next century.

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  5. Salary. $258,750. Website. www .nyc .gov /mayor. The mayor of New York City, officially Mayor of the City of New York, is head of the executive branch of the government of New York City and the chief executive of New York City. The mayor 's office administers all city services, public property, police and fire protection, most public agencies ...

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