The executive director of Florida Housing Finance Corp. has resigned in the wake of an audit that rapped the agency for hosting expensive meals, including a $ 52,000 dinner, and awarding nearly $ 443,000 in employee bonuses while thousands of Floridian were waiting for help to save their homes. Stephen Auger, who has headed the state-run agency since 2005, said he was stepping down from his job in a letter to the agency's board chairman the day after the Tampa Bay Times reported on the audit.

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