BALTIMORE (AP) — The executive director of the Havre De Grace housing authority has pleaded guilty to bribery of a public official. 

George Robinson , 61, of Bel Air entered the plea on Monday. He will be sentenced on April 26. 

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According to court documents, Robinson, who has headed the housing authority since 2002, was responsible for obtaining bids and awarding contracts for improvements to housing projects. 

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According to the documents, in May 2009, Robinson had a conversation with a contractor, asking for a $1,200 kickback from $4,000 for a project. The conversation was recorded by the FBI. 

The documents state that in June 2009, Robinson met with the contractor and received an envelope with $1,200 in cash. That meeting was videotaped. 

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