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Two more officials from Cleveland's Habitat for Humanity resign

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CLEVELAND, TN (WRCB) - Two more officials from Cleveland's Habitat for Humanity have resigned following resignations of the longtime executive director and the operations director, last month.
In their resignation letters, the two employees refer to former director Matt Carlson's departure as a "dismissal." 
They expressed concern about the quote "unconventional and imprudent" way it was handled.
Habitat officials have implied Carlson's departure was connected to an audit performed earlier in the month.
The employees, both on the agency's finance committee, say those results didn't warrant Carlson's dismissal.  
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