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In Schenectady, Habitat parts ways with its director

No reason provided for ouster

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Habitat for Humanity’s local executive director lost his job this week.

The board of directors of the Schenectady chapter chose to get rid of Jeff Clark on Tuesday.

Clark confirmed that, but said he could not discuss the reason for the decision.

“I am not at liberty to discuss the issues right now,” he said.

Habitat board President Charles Becker sent out a letter Thursday afternoon saying only that Clark was no longer employed, ...

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safny
May 9, 2014
6:28 a.m.

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May we have the statistics as to what the land bank has actually done since its inception? Really - the pols here love to tout their accomplishments, so let's have the facts not just the back patting. I would certainly think Habitat has done more that the land bank.

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