Amid heightened concerns over his private fund-raising activities, William D. Hassett said he resigned last week as chairman of the New York State Dormitory Authority to devote more time to his real estate business.

Hassett, who has served almost a quarter century in New York State government under three governors, wrote Gov. Mario M. Cuomo on Thursday to submit his resignation. Cuomo appointed Hassett in 1985.

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