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Wilmington Housing Authority

WHA discusses CEO search, will meet with Creekwood residents tonight

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The Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA) Board met this morning to continue discussions on finding a new leader and safety in its communities. Full story...
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Wilmington Housing Authority responds to shootings

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videoAccording to Wilmington Housing Authority's website, their mission is to provide residents with a safe and affordable home. But after a string of shootings in Creekwood over the past several days, safety seems to be in question. Full story...
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WHA to pay Krause more than $42,000

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videoFired Wilmington Housing Authority CEO Michael Krause will get more than $42,000 to go away. The WHA Board says Krause's contract requires a final payment to Krause in the amount of $42,163.03. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Krause's Wilmington DWIs not his first

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videoWe already knew the DWI charge that cost Wilmington Housing Authority CEO Michael Krause his job this week was not his first. Now it appears it was not his second or apparently even his third. Full story...
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WHA CEO fired after DWI arrest

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videoMichael Krause is out as CEO of the Wilmington Housing Authority four days after Wilmington Police arrested him for DWI. Full story...
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911 call led to WHA CEO's DWI arrest, blew .35 BAC

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videoA 911 call from a concerned driver led police to Wilmington Housing Authority CEO Michael Krause, who was charged with DWI after blowing a blood alcohol level about four times the legal limit. Full story...
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WHA Board schedules Thursday meeting in wake of CEO's DWI arrest

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The Wilmington Housing Authority has scheduled a special meeting Thursday in the wake of the arrest of CEO Michael Krause. Wilmington Police arrested Krause Sunday afternoon for DWI and cited him for not having a license. Full story...
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Wilmington Housing Authority CEO asks for leave of absence after another DWI arrest

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videoFor the second time since taking over as CEO of the Wilmington Housing Authority, Michael Krause has been arrested for DWI. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: WHA finally gets tree off home

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video One day after Vesta Village residents called WWAY about a tree limb that had fallen on a home blocking the doorway, they finally got some results. This morning contractors showed up at the home on Colwell Drive and removed the limb that had been on the home since June 8. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Residents ask for fallen tree removal, WHA tears down basketball goal

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video What would you do if a tree limb fell on your roof, and blocked the front door of your house? Residents of Wilmington's Vesta Village community tried to get help with the clean-up, but they claim the Wilmington Housing Authority did more harm than good. Full story...
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Authority unveils $16 million update to Creekwood

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video In late 2008, when Michael Krause became CEO of the Wilmington Housing Authority, he recalled Creekwood South was a community on the verge of collapse. Full story...
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City Council denies rezoning for Pine Valley public housing

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Wilmington City Council voted against the proposed rezoning to build Section 8 senior living housing in the Pine Valley neighborhood. Though they voted 4-2, city council needed a supermajority of five votes to approve the rezoning because of protest petitions. Full story...
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Residents petition against public housing in their backyard

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video Many Pine Valley residents are up in arms over a possible rezoning vote. The Wilmington Housing Authority wants to build public housing off John Barry Drive and 17th street. Nearby property owners are not happy and they're letting city council know it. Full story...
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WHA, Sparks reach agreement

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The legal fight between the Wilmington Housing Authority and a former Wilmington City Councilman is over. Full story...
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Man killed in Wilmington apartment fire

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A man confined to a wheelchair is dead after a morning fire at a Wilmington apartment complex. Fire investigators say Billy Lunesford, 56, died. Full story...
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