Term ends today for Easton Douglas-chaired NHT board
The life of the Easton Douglas-chaired board of the National Housing Trust (NHT) expires today.
The board was rocked by controversy over its handling of the purchase of the nine-acre Outameni property in Trelawny for $180 million with plans to spend another $120 million.
Amid the controversy, there was multiple resignations from the board.
READ: NHT Board members resign
There was also public concern that the board was neglecting its main duty of providing housing to contributors.
In a November 24 statement announcing the replacements to the Board, the Office of the Prime Minister said the team would serve out its three-year life tenure April 2, 2015.
The Office of the Contractor General and the Auditor General have been probing the Outameni deal but there has been no update.