BOSTON – The principle executive of the agency that oversees Boston’s Logan Air-port announced he promises to step down in November red carpet years while at work.

Massachusetts Port Authority CEO Thomas Glynn announced the move Tuesday regardless that his contract runs through November 2019. The resignation was accepted because of the agency’s board Wednesday.

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