Can Pryor achieve housing goals?

R.I. SECRETARY of Housing Stefan Pryor, foreground, and Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Feb. 7 at an affordable housing project in Providence’s Olneyville neighborhood. / PBN FILE PHOTO / JACQUELYN VOGHEL
The recent appointment of Stefan Pryor as the state’s housing secretary has some observers feeling confident that he can take the R.I. Office of Housing and Community Development in the right direction, although they say his predecessor’s missteps aren’t the only reason for the office’s initial shortfalls. Gov. Daniel J. McKee established the housing office…

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  1. Stephan never achieved any real Biz Dev goals as SoC, an area in which he supposedly had some experience. What makes anyone think he will achieve any housing goals, an area in which he has zero experience?