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Power Authority chairman steps down
|The chairman of the State Power Authority is resigning unexpectedly with two years left on his term. |
The departure of Frank S. McCullough Jr., coupled with the forced resignation of Roger Kelley, the authority’s chief executive officer, creates a leadership void that Gov. David A. Paterson will play a large role in filling. Kelley, like McCullough, will leave office Thursday.
McCullough did not return a phone call seeking comment.
McCullough is the authority’s most senior board member, having served for 11 years after his appointment by then- Gov. George E. Pataki. He’s been chairman for two years, earning $90,800 annually, and served the previous four years as vice chairman. Michael Townsend, a board member from Rochester, will succeed McCullough as interim chairman.
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