Under fire for months, Michael DiNapoli has resigned his $185,000-a-year job leading the Florida Housing Finance Corp.

TALLAHASSEE – On the eve of a board meeting to settle his fate, the controversial and currently suspended head of the state’s affordable housing corporation abruptly resigned Thursday. 

Michael DiNapoli, an ally of Gov. Ron DeSantis and executive director of the Florida Housing Finance Corp., submitted his resignation to the public corporation’s board of directors.  

The board was set to meet Friday to consider his future with the multi-billion-dollar organization. DiNapoli was earning $185,000-a-year. 

“It is with a heavy heart that I tender my resignation,” DiNapoli began his letter to the board, whose members have twice placed him on administrative leave, with pay, amid an investigation into his performance and a possible hostile work environment. 


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