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Finalist for DeKalb housing chief could have a conflict

Finalist for DeKalb housing chief could have a conflict
September 26, 2010 --

The DeKalb County Housing Authority — already beset with questions about gifts of money or services from vendors — may be about to hire another vendor as its next executive director. If Eugene P. “Pete” Walker Jr. becomes DeKalb’s new public housing chief, he will oversee the job performance of his current employer, Mercy Housing Southeast, a non-profit paid to manage several of the authority’s properties. He’s currently Mercy’s president. Walker, one of three finalists for the housing job, also runs Millennium Development Partners, a for-profit company that does financial and bond consulting for the housing authority. Read on…

Aug. 13

August 13, 2010 --

Female staffers: Judge behind photo incident committed crime Public housing demolition and premature death Troy Davis bid to reopen hearing for new evidence rejected Xpress commuter buses going broke Former Sea Island Co. president wants his $27M Gwinnett DA to mull charges in Bannister DUI mishap

DeKalb housing chief quits as feds continue probe

DeKalb housing chief quits as feds continue probe
June 3, 2010 --

Sterling Bethea, the executive director of the DeKalb County Housing Authority, resigned Tuesday as federal investigators continued to pore over the agency’s financial records. “He just decided that he wanted to move on,” board member George Maddox said, “and to be honest with you we didn’t have a problem with it.”