Barry Sullivan, the deputy mayor for finance and economic development for New York City, yesterday announced he has resigned from the post to head a Manhattan-based business trade organization.

Sullivan, who was appointed deputy mayor in March 1992, will succeed Ronald K. Shelp as president of the New York City Partnership and New York Chamber of Commerce. Shelp resigned last month "to resume his business career," according to a statement from the partnership.

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