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Dwayne Crenshaw is no longer the executive director of the Coalition of Neighborhood Councils, its board of directors announced today.

The Coalition of Neighborhood Councils is a nonprofit organization that represents 23 community groups in southeastern San Diego. It promotes development and offers a number of community services, such as counseling for troubled youth.

A statement sent to media about the Crenshaw’s departure said the decision was effective yesterday. It did not provide any explanation for the decision, or say whether the departure was voluntary. A spokeswoman for the board of directors did not immediately return a message seeking comment. Crenshaw couldn’t be reached for comment.

According to online tax records, Crenshaw’s salary was $48,000 in 2006, the most recent year available. Most of the nonprofit’s funding comes from government grants and private donations. In 2006, the nonprofit reported $395,715 in government contributions and $88,824 in private donations.

Crenshaw ran for the District 4 City Council seat in 2002, losing to Charles Lewis in the runoff election. He also unsuccessfully ran for the San Diego Community College Board.


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