When Kyle [Texas] Mayor Todd Webster received a scathing letter this month from the federal government suggesting rampant mismanagement at the city’s independent housing authority, he was shocked by the findings — particularly because he hadn’t even known the agency existed.
The authority, which receives federal funding to manage two apartment complexes offering subsidized rent, is independent of the city. It is supposed to be overseen by a board of commissioners appointed by the mayor.
But it has apparently been operating without any mayoral appointees for an unknown period of time — possibly since the agency’s inception in 1977
the authority’s executive director doubled the HUD-funded portion of her salary between 2012 and 2015 without any outside approvals.
Monday, November 28, 2016
"Officials stunned to learn of Kyle Housing Authority and its problems"
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