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Changing of the guard seemed to be the theme for Tuesday night’s county council meeting, as the new superintendent at Bandelier National Monument gave a presentation and Douglas Tucker was confirmed fire chief.
The meeting began with Bandelier National Monument Superintendent Jason Lott introducing himself to council and giving a brief presentation.
During his presentation, he outlined his extensive experience, talked about current happenings at Bandelier and spoke about some of his goals as superintendent.
Prior to becoming the superintendent, Lott lived in Arizona, where he worked for eight years with the park service. He has also lived in Texas and Louisiana, holds a bachelor’s degree in ad design and a masters degrees in cultural resource management and history, both of which he obtained at Northwestern State University in Louisiana.
Lott has also served in the National Guard for 20 years, having served 10 years as a soldier and 10 years as an officer. He served two years as company commander, while in Iraq, as well.
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