From WBUR Boston Public Radio:
Bill McGonagle, administrator for the Boston Housing Authority, will retire this month after working with the agency for 40 years.
He started there as a janitor in the 1970s and has been the head since 2009, when he was appointed by Mayor Thomas Menino. The Boston's Globe's Adrian Walker described him as "the landlord for Boston’s poorest residents."
We speak with him about his career, his reflections on the authority's efforts to integrate public housing, and the biggest needs of the BHA going forward.
Read WBUR Boston's article "Boston Housing Authority's Chief On Integrating Public Housing And BHA's Needs Going Forward."