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Posted on: September 7, 2022

New City Administrator comes to Spring Hill


The City of Spring Hill welcomes Lane Massey as the new City Administrator. 

Massey joins the City with a Masters of Public Administration and more than 20 years of city government experience. He worked for the City of Wichita and Arkansas City before becoming the City Manager in Larned for six years. He spent the last five years as the Assistant City Manager in Emporia. He says his experience working in small to mid-size cities will help him navigate Spring Hill through growth and the challenges that come with it. 

Massey joins Spring Hill at a time of population growth and economic development. Within his first two weeks on the job, Comcast announced a $9 million broadband project in Spring Hill and QuikTrip opened at 199th and Webster. Since beginning on August 15, Massey has adjusted internal processes and is working on a financial and debt assessment of the City. He’s updating the personnel handbook and met with City Engineer Dan Miller to review all CIP projects. Overall, Massey says “My main goal is to provide stability, structure and a financial plan for growth.”

The City of Spring Hill thanks Community Development Director Patrick Burton for serving as Interim City Administrator for 12 months.

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