Hoboken Housing Authority Acting Executive Director Robert DiVincent confirmed exclusively with Hudson County View that the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General has opened an investigation over the HHA’s procurement policy. The procurement policy first came under fire in a HUD review from July.Â
In a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development review conducted during the week of July 28, HUD slammed the HHAâ€™s procurement process, saying they spent nearly $3 million in â€œunjustified non-competitive procurement.â€
At a special HHA meeting on August 26, former HHA Executive Director Carmelo Garcia was critical of HHA Chairwoman Dana Wefer for releasing the HUD report to the public and refuted some of the claims made in the report.Â
Hey Bob , your good friend and partner in crime Harold has been talking on your deals after a few drinks at Sal’s and the Bar. Hope your ready for your visit……….. Better hope things don’t get back to Albio or there will be no crab cakes for dinner anymore.
Hey if it isn’t my good friend stink fish. How’s the midnite flyer business doing you in Jersey City there buddy? Well, look another mess your gal Bethy has gotten herself into and now you want to throw some chum out as if that’s going to buy you one crumb of fish food in the guppy tank.
Carmelo Garcia is now a full fledged target of the national shields in Newark. Nothin you do is gonna change that. Tell Beth you will come up with a reason to give Sweeney in AC next week. Hey, we both know that’s another short Titanic ride to the bottom but hey cash that check.
Oh this is going to be a sweet ride. Who’s going to tell Beth about sharing a bunk with the JC burlesque queen in Texas?
[…] Housing Authority Acting Executive Director Robert DiVincent exclusively told Hudson County View last week that the Office of the Inspector General is investigating the HHA’s procurement […]