Community says goodbye to Michael Maniscalco

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[June 30, 2012]     Send a link to a friend

Thursday afternoon the Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership said goodbye to Mike Maniscalco, their executive director.

Maniscalco and his wife, Sabohat, left early Friday morning for Connecticut. Maniscalco is taking a job as city manager for the city of East Hampton.

Pictures by Nila Smith

Pictured at left, partnership board president Steve Smith said bringing Maniscalco to Lincoln was a good move for the board, and they are sorry to see him go.

The partnership's administrative assistant, Christel Huff, will keep the office going while a search for a new director takes place.



The Maniscalcos are returning to their roots in Connecticut. Mike has family there, within an hour's drive of East Hampton.


With their first child (a girl) due in October, they are looking forward to being near family when that day arrives.


Atlanta Mayor Fred Finchum came bearing gifts, among them a North Greens golf shirt.

Lincoln Mayor Keith Snyder also came bearing gifts, with a portrait of the city's namesake to help Maniscalco remember his time here.



Board members and guests offer well-wishes to Sabo.




Alderman Kathy Horn served as the city representative on the partnership board.  She said she has a great deal of respect for Maniscalco and is sorry to see him leaving.


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