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Resource ID: #21701
Subject: Public Authorities
Source: Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)
Date: 2004-06-27



Investigation of officials at the Easton Housing Authority, the smallest of the three agencies, found that it spent more of the public's money on travel in 18 months than their counterparts combined. It was also found that commissioners stayed extra days, brought their spouses, and used credit cards issued to them to buy personal items. Further investigation lead to the resignations of commissioners and the executive director.

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