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    By Times staff reports
    © St. Petersburg Times
    published May 17, 2002


    Tampa severs THAP relationship

    TAMPA -- The city officially cut its ties to the nonprofit Tampa-Hillsborough Action Plan on Thursday.

    The City Council approved an agreement to pay THAP more than $800,000 to end the nonprofit's relationship with the city.

    In addition to the buyout, the city also bought more than 150 properties that THAP had purchased with the city's backing to revitalize low-income neighborhoods.

    That arrangement collapsed after federal authorities opened an investigation into THAP's finances and its relationship with former city housing chief Steve LaBrake.

    USF interim dean now permanent

    Renu Khator was appointed dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Thursday's meeting of the University of South Florida board of trustees.

    Khator, a native of India, has been the college's interim dean since 2000. She received her Ph.D. at Purdue University and is an expert on environmental policy.

    The college of arts and sciences is USF's largest, with about 15,000 students.

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