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Frank Keel resigned as executive director of See Lancaster on Friday – a day after Lancaster City Council voted to pull its funding from the tourism and promotions group.
The city is the group's principal benefactor.
Debbie Jaillette, chairwoman of the See Lancaster board, said Keel announced his resignation at an emergency See Lancaster board meeting Friday morning. She called his resignation "regrettable."
"We wish Frank well," Jaillette said. "He's done good work for Lancaster County and its citizens."
Keel couldn't be reached for comment Friday.
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