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San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley Auctioning Fiesta Memorabilia

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If former San Antonio city manager Sheryl Sculley is salty at voters for triggering her exodus in November, she's not letting it show.

According to a MySanAntonio report, she's auctioning off her collection of 13 years' worth of Fiesta bling to benefit SA's Young Women's Leadership Academy. She even plans to match donations up to $10,000.

The online auction is live until March 31 and features Sculley's medal-bedecked sashes dating back to 2006, the year after she arrived in the Alamo City. Also up for grabs are a Fiesta vest and a pair of medal-display boxes.

Sculley, San Antonio's longest-serving city manager, announced her retirement in late November after voters signaled their disapproval by passing a charter amendment limiting pay and tenure for future city managers.

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