Atlanta drops lawsuit against Integral, Egbert Perry and Renee Glover

The city of Atlanta is stepping back from a 2017 lawsuit against its former housing authority CEO, the Integral Group and its boss, a longtime and prominent city contractor who’s built mixed-income developments for the authority.

“The city has dismissed, without prejudice, its lawsuit against Integral Development and related corporate entities and individuals,” a city spokesperson confirmed in a text Thursday evening.

AHA after Renee Glover: No new initiatives for residents; but provide land for Falcons parking lot

The Atlanta Housing Authority proposes no new initiatives in the first forward-looking report it has prepared for HUD since former CEO Renee Glover left last year following a public two-year dispute with Mayor Kasim Reed.

The report does say AHA intends to provide the Falcons with land near the new stadium for a surface parking lot. This site is part of the now-demolished housing project, Herndon Homes.

Atlanta Housing Authority meeting canceled; Renee Glover to stay on

By Maria Saporta

Never mind.

The board of the Atlanta Housing Authority, which was to have met Wednesday to vote on a separation agreement with CEO Renee Glover, has cancelled that meeting due to the lack of a quorum.

An earlier story on SaportaReport said that the board was going to be acting on that separation agreement at the meeting.