Negotiations for exit of Atlanta Housing Authority chief stalled

The longtime chief of the Atlanta Housing Authority and the board that governs that agency were close to reaching an agreement this summer that called for her to give up the job she’s held for 18 years, but negotiations have since stalled, leaving the agency in a state of limbo. It’s not clear why the severance agreement and transition plan went no further. But, in internal documents, AHA leader Renee Glover argued that a “lack of follow-through” has created uncertainty across the sprawling agency.

Atlanta Journal Constitution

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