Nothing short of placing the Chelsea Housing Authority into state receivership will contain the scandal enveloping the agency. The sooner such a receiver is in place, the better for public housing tenants and for all of Chelsea, a city where a history of corruption throws a bigger shadow than the Tobin Bridge. Receivership is, by nature, temporary. But it’s necessary now to get control of the authority’s finances - and fast.
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