Roger Nutt will resign as chief executive officer of the embattled Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission at the end of the month.

Nutt, 72, who ran the agency for 19 months, cited health concerns in a letter to commission chairman William Lieberman. Doctors treated him this year for heart problems. “I have felt fatigued and stressed and not able to perform as your CEO at the level that should be expected of me,” Nutt said.

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