September 20, 2015 Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) â€” Ohio's wildlife chief is resigning after four years on the job, where he was involved in fights with lawmakers over deer-hunting changes and with the inspector general over alleged on-duty hunting by wildlife officers. The Columbus Dispatch reports Scott Zody submitted his resignation last week, writing that it was of his choosing and under his terms. It's effective Oct. 2. The 49-year-old had served as the director of the wildlife division at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources since November 2011. Zody says in an email to staff that his four years at the helm have been challenging, but they've "accomplished much." Zody didn't respond to an email seeking comment.