The long-time director of the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority is retiring, just weeks after Gov. John Kasich released a budget proposal that would remove most of the authority’s responsibilities and nearly all of its budget.

Mark Shanahan said he is retiring at the end of the month after serving under four administrations. He was quoted in local reports as saying the move had nothing to do with Kasich’s proposal.

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