From ABC 13 News Asheville:
Asheville Housing Authority said farewell Thursday to the man who's been a big part of the agency for the past 17 years.
David Nash, who began as deputy director in 2006 and took over as executive director in 2019, said housing is one of the most important things to a family. And he believes the housing authority's resources are critical to providing it for the community.
“I feel optimistic about the future of the housing authority. I think the need is there and the resources is there and there’s a new leader coming on who has a great amount of energy and experience," Nash said. "I’m optimistic for the housing authority going forward.”
As for retiring, Nash said he's grateful for the chance he had to work with the housing authority staff and the residents they've helped over the years.
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