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PHA Board to discuss investigation

PHA Board chairman John F. Street on Tuesday said the board's five members will meet next week to discuss the federal probe into the agency in the wake of the scandal involving executive director Carl Greene.

PHA Board to discuss investigation

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PHA Board chairman John F. Street on Tuesday said the board's five members will meet next week to discuss the federal probe into the agency in the wake of the scandal involving executive director Carl Greene.

The meeting, called "to discuss current agency activities and the board’s investigation," is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Board's offices, 12 S. 23rd Street.

The Board suspended Greene on Thursday, with pay, while it conducts an investigation over the next month into four separate sexual harassment cases against Greene. Three were settled for $648,000 and a fourth is proposed for $250,000. The FBI and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Inspector General have also opened a criminal investigation. 

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