Chicago Housing Authority CEO Abruptly Resigns

Nicole Rojas
Aug 24, 2019 - 7:32
Chicago Housing Authority CEO Abruptly Resigns

Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) CEO Eugene E. Jones Jr. abruptly resigned after nearly five years in the position.

In a statement, Jones thanked Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot and the housing authority’s board of commissioners for their confidence in him and for allowing him “to be a part of the larger efforts to help build and strengthen our neighborhoods.” His resignation will be effective on September 27.

“From bringing new investment to communities and forming innovative partnerships that led to the development of ......

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