The board that oversees the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority will hire outside counsel to investigate the public agency’s finances, including three raises the former director apparently granted himself. Over a nearly three-year span when the five-member board had two vacancies and was almost entirely inactive, Joseph Tulimieri, the longtime head of the public agency, increased his salary to $220,000, and received a lump sum of $400,000 when he retired last year, according to newly released documents.
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