According to the NY Daily News, Alain Kaloyeros submitted his letter of resignation. He has been on administrative leave since he was charged with three felony charges in connection to an alleged pay-to-play and bid rigging scheme. He pleaded not guilty.

The SUNY Polytechnic leader facing corruption charges resigned on Tuesday.

According to the NY Daily News, Alain Kaloyeros submitted his letter of resignation. He has been on administrative leave since he was charged with three felony charges in connection to an alleged pay-to-play and bid rigging scheme. He pleaded not guilty.

Kaloyeros is one of nine associates of Governor Andrew Cuomo who was recently charged in a bribery and fraud scandal. The federal probe revealed a web of individuals and businesses tied to Cuomo that were poised to profit from the Buffalo Billion, Cuomo's signature effort to boost New York's second-largest city, as well as Nano, an initiative effectively led by Kaloyeros.