CHICAGO: -- The finance director of the Minneapolis Community Development Agency has resigned amid criticism relating to privately placed bonds that were purchased by two of her relatives.

Rebecca Yanisch on Friday submitted her resignation effective Aug. 1. A replacement has not been named yet, according to officials at the agency, which focuses on city economic development issues.

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