PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) – Rhode Island Housing’s former emissary executive says she was wrongfully dismissed since she wanted to examine probable financial irregularities involving sovereign supports during a Urban League of Rhode Island.
Gayle Corrigan wants a house of Rhode Island housing, a semi-independent open agency, to examine her termination.
Corrigan was reviewing grants to a Urban League for a Safe Haven homeless preserve in Pawtucket. The preserve had problems including employees not paid for months, no feverishness and other issues.
In a statement, Corrigan pronounced she endorsed a group assume shortcoming of a extend and hit law enforcement.
An profession during Rhode Island Housing had no evident comment.
Urban League CEO Dennis Langley told The Providence Journal there was never any misappropriation of funds. He says his classification didn’t accommodate payroll since of miss of money.
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