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Jason Lott has been named superintendent of Bandelier National Monument.
Lott, 39, is currently the superintendent at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument in Arizona where he has worked for three years.
Intermountain Regional Director Mike Snyder said in a news release that Lott is set to begin his new assignment here on May 10.
“Jason brings to his new job a passion for heritage preservation and protection, and a commitment to connect with the people of Los Alamos and surrounding communities,” Snyder said. “He has a wealth of experience and a deep appreciation for the parks.”
Lott first visited Bandelier in March 2006. He recounted during a telephone interview Thursday how he hiked the trails and visited the museum. “It’s a gorgeous area with the different terrains, the high desert and the woods,” Lott said. “We’re really looking forward to the great weather this summer. We’re down here below Phoenix and it’s already above 100 degrees.”
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