This morning, MSFA chair Michele Kelm-Helgen resigned. This afternoon, MSFA executive director Ted Mondale resigned too.
House Government Finance Chair Sarah Anderson, R-Plymouth, was pushing for their removal and reconfiguration of the board. “I don’t know why you would want to continue with an operation where there’s a culture of not doing things right,” she said.
Combined the two made nearly $300,000 in public salary and have been in charge of overseeing construction of the $1.1 billion building. The building opened Aug. 3, but has remained controversial because of the $498 million public subsidy to build it.