Chicago Housing Authority CEO Charles Woodyard resigns

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Chicago Housing Authority CEO Charles Woodyard has resigned, Crain’s Chicago Business reports.

While no immediate reason was given during the CHA board meeting Tuesday morning, the agency has scrambled during Woodyard’s tenure to keep up with the demand for housing after knocking down CHA highrises.

Tina Sfondeles reports on the departure.

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