Tribe to rebuild troubled public housing authority

Albuquerque • The chief executive of the largest American Indian public housing authority in the U.S. will be stepping down as the Navajo Nation looks to rebuild its reputation after concerns were raised about the lack of housing on the vast reservation. Newly appointed members of the board that oversees the Navajo Housing Authority made the announcement Wednesday. Aneva Yazzie’s last day will be Friday. The board said it was a mutual decision and that Yazzie’s departure will mark the first step...

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