S.D. Housing director who resigned in March now advising Sen. Rounds
Lorraine Polak's abrupt departure from Housing Development Authority came amid delays in workforce housing fund disbursements
The former head of South Dakota’s housing and development agency has landed on her feet after an abrupt and somewhat mysterious departure from her old gig earlier this spring.
Lorraine Polak has been hired to serve as a policy advisor in the office of U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds.
“I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue serving the state of South Dakota,” said Polak, who in late March resigned as executive director of the South Dakota Housing Development Authority after a quarter century with the agency. “Senator Rounds has been a leader on housing issues and I am looking forward to working with him in my new capacity.”
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