Helen Holmes Peak, the Centre City Development Corp.’s attorney, has responded to City Attorney Mike Aguirre’s letter yesterday about former CCDC President Nancy Graham.

In his letter, Aguirre alleged that Graham, who resigned July 24, had an interest in The Related Companies at the time CCDC entered into a contract with the company to develop a skyscraper project at 7th Avenue and Market Street downtown. But Aguirre offered no substantiation of that claim in his letter.

If Aguirre has evidence, he should show it, Peak wrote.

“If you have secured such information, please provide CCDC with this specific information so that CCDC can determine an appropriate course of action,” she wrote. “Such action may include suspension of [CCDC’s internal investigation launched in late July], which would save any additional costs and expenses associated with doing the same. Any delays in providing this information will preclude CCDC from concluding its internal review in an expeditious manner.”


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