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Director's pay increased as layoffs and losses mounted

Even as the biggest non-profit affordable housing agency in Tacoma, Wash. spiraled deeper into debt, forcing more than a dozen layoffs and property foreclosures, its executive director continued to be paid in full. In the latest development of his ongoing coverage into the Martin Luther King Housing Development Association’s meltdown, The News Tribune’s Lewis Kamb details the rapid rise in the director’s pay over the years against the backdrop of an out-of-touch board of directors.

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