The city's role in the alleged over-billing of Advanced Development & Investment Inc. for at least one Glendale affordable housing project, Vassar City Lights, was a major topic of discussion during the public comment period of the City Council meeting Tuesday night.
Nearly two dozen residents were split between distrust and support of those on the dais.
"What I wanted to know is council members: Are you going to return all the alleged funds?" said resident Charles Hooker.
State Treasurer Bill Lockyer and state Controller John Chiang froze nearly $150,000 raised by ADI into separate accounts until the outcome of a federal probe into ADI, which has built dozens of subsidized apartment complexes in California with taxpayer money.