LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Unified School District learned this week it will lose its top finance official, but rating agencies do not see any credit implications from the move even as they continue to assess the troubled district's debt.

Robert Booker, chief business and financial officer, announced he will resign on Dec. 31. Booker, 62, said he is leaving the district to become auditor-controller of San Diego County.

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