Cuomo Signs NYC Housing Agency Board Shake-Up Into Law

Law360, New York (July 8, 2013, 3:17 PM EDT) -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation shaking up top management at the New York City Housing Authority, a move one of the bill's sponsors said Monday will help Mayor Michael Bloomberg make sweeping changes to the massive city agency that has come under fire for mismanagement.

NYCHA's previous board structure — with five slots including a lone tenant director and three full-time positions including two nonchairman slots that paid $187,000 a year — is being replaced with a seven-member board, and six of those members will...
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