Site Didn't Discriminate Against Manager

Facts: In late 2004, a site manager with 13 years' experience overseeing low- to middle-income housing at Southside in Brooklyn, N.Y., took a one-month personal leave to care for her sister. While she was away on leave, Southside's housing director issued a memorandum admonishing her for “many discrepancies with the tenants' files, such as expired leases, incomplete or missing recertifications, and missing files or documentation.”

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