Louise Essian, the embattled Chicago Public Schools food service manager accused of accepting gifts from food vendors, has resigned from her $147,000-a-year job, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. A spokesperson for the school system also indicated that it would be pursuing actions against the vendors involved in the alleged transgressions: Chartwells-Thompson Hospitality and Preferred Meals Systems.
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