PHA's Six-Figure Settlement with Greene

The former executive director of the Philadelphia Housing Authority was suing for wrongful termination

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    Carl R. Greene, former executive director of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, is getting a six-figure settlement after suing the PHA for wrongful termination.

    Greene was fired in September of 2010. The PHA board said Greene used about $900,000 in public money to settle a series of sexual harassment allegations against him. He is also accused of coercing top employees to pay into a slush fund.

    PHA spokeswoman Nancy Loi says the housing authority decided it was best to end the trial with a settlement of $625,000.

    Greene was suing for $4 million dollars.

     


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