With one of its employees on administrative leave, the Board of Commissioners for the Geneva Housing Authority will meet in a closed door session on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
The meeting comes in the midst of an investigation into complaints of discrimination and abusive treatment at the hands of the unnamed employee. It will take place at GHA’s offices on Lewis St.
Chief Executive Officer Andy Tyman told the Finger Lakes Times that an internal investigation by legal counsel Marty Eades has concluded, but an outside law firm is being engaged to take the investigation further.
He contends that the regional Housing and Urban Development office in Buffalo has been engaged, with no response to date.