‘Nothing new’ from Baltimore housing chief on unpaid lead judgments, Del. Rosenberg says

Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano met last month with an influential state lawmaker to discuss more than $8 million in unpaid court-ordered judgments against the city’s housing authority, which have resulted from lead-paint poisoning lawsuits brought by former public housing residents. Rosenberg, who has publicly urged the authority to satisfy the judgments, declined to share details about the private discussion. In response to questions from The Sun, Graziano — reappointed by the mayor last month — said in a statement that the housing authority “continues to seek an equitable and responsible resolution.” Without giving details, he wrote, “These efforts are on going with all parties actively engaged.”

Baltimore Sun

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