ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta Housing Authority documents include concerns by the agency's chief executive that negotiations involving her future have created uncertainty in the agency.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that discussions about a deal that would lead to Renee Glover's departure from the agency have stalled.
In internal documents, Glover wrote that a "lack of follow-through" on the negotiations has created uncertainty across the agency. Glover warned that some of the agency's top employees would start leaving if the situation isn't resolved.
Glover's personal attorney, Michael Kramer, said a deal was put in writing in July after negotiations involving the chairman of the AHA's Board of Commissioners and the board's attorneys. Kramer said it was his understanding the deal would be presented to board members, but he's heard nothing back from them.
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