Long-time Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano is leaving after 16 years on the job.
Graziano submitted his resignation to Mayor Catherine Pugh; who accepted it Tuesday. The mayor said it was a “very nice letter.”
Graziano’s last day as housing commissioner will be January 6. He will receive $116, 524; the amount of unused vacation and personal days. Pugh said Deputy Commissioner Michael Braverman will be interim housing commissioner as she conducts a nationwide search to replace him.