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Annapolis housing authority director calls on City Council to end ‘adversarial relationship’

November 16, 2022

The executive director of Annapolis’s housing authority pleaded with the City Council on Monday night to de-escalate their “adversarial relationship,” and called on the council to reform inspection procedures, provide more funding for upkeep and drop a lawsuit filed against the authority last month. Melissa Maddox-Evans, executive director of the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis, came before the council with the intent of presenting a quarterly report, but her testimony touched off nearly 90 minutes of impassioned discussion and traded accusations, marking the most public conversation about the legal, logistical and financial problems facing the housing authority in years.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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