By Carolyn Carlson
After 16 years on the job, top City Attorney Bob White is retiring. White, also known as an actor in local theater, served under several mayors. He will be replaced by Rob Perry, who was former Gov. Gary Johnson’s corrections cabinet secretary.
While most residents don’t deal with Albuquerque's legal office much, it is a busy place with dozens of lawyers protecting the city's interests. Perry was appointed by the Council at the Monday, April 5 meeting.
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