Feds Want Deeper State Investigation Into Charges of Conflict of Interest, Lack of Diversity Involving Senior Advisory Council
Former council chair says Elders in Action is too cozy with funding sources and that Multnomah County should more closely monitor vendors to make sure low-income seniors get needed healthcare and transportation services.
Until May of this year, Bill Gentile was the elected chair of the statutorily mandated Senior Advisory Council for Elders in Action (EiA), a Portland non-profit advocacy group. That's when he was asked by the group's executive director, Barbara Bernstein, to step down.
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