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Lowell Housing Authority mismanages government funds, may owe more than $10m

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Mismanagement may cost the Lowell Housing Authority of Lowell, Mass., more than $10 million, an audit by the inspector general of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development found. The authority, which provides housing for low-income families as well as elderly and disabled people, has received almost $20 million in combined capital funds and stimulus money since 2008. The money went...

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