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Troubled Navajo housing agency’s board to be replaced following azcentral series

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The Navajo Housing Authority board will shrink from 8 to 5 members under new nomination procedure that requires professional qualifications.

By Dennis Wagner and Craig Harris | The Republic

The Navajo Nation’s embattled housing agency is set to get a new, smaller and more qualified board of commissioners under reform legislation signed by tribal President Russell Begaye.

The Navajo Housing Authority has struggled for decades to carry out its mission of providing affordable homes for tribal members.


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