Hudson, New York
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16 September 2018 04:30PM
Amanda Purcell


HUDSON — The former Hudson Housing Authority executive director is denying claims he failed to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in back rent from tenants at Bliss Towers.

Jeffrey First, the former executive director of the housing authority, requested copies of financial records dating back more than a decade in response to allegations from the authority’s Board of Commissioners that he failed to collect rent from tenants. First, who served as executive director of the authority for more than two decades, retired in December 2016.

First filed a Freedom of Information Law request for the documents and sent a letter to the housing authority in response to comments made by commissioners that were published in the June 14 edition of the Register-Star.


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