Larry Keller's departure as executive director of the Port of Los Angeles last month seemed remarkably clean and free of acrimony. Well, David Zahniser reports in the Daily Breeze that the newly unemployed Keller is getting a consulting contract with his former department that could pay him $180,000 a year and could run three years. Zahniser puts it in the context of Keller's testimony before grand juries investigating possible corruption in the port's dealings. Says councilwoman Janice Hahn, who had been angling to get rid of Keller: "I assume this was something they worked out before his resignation." Ya think?
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