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Yellowstone Names Maintenance Chief

March 15, 2012 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming No Comments
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Yellowstone National Park’s acting Chief of Maintenance Nancy Ward has now been named Yellowstone’s Chief of Maintenance by Superintendent Dan Wenk. Ward had been serving in that position since April 2011, replacing Steve Iobst, who is currently is Yellowstone’s Deputy Superintendent. As Maintenance Chief, Ward will be responsible for managing more than 2,800 park assets, a $16 million operational maintenance budget with annual projects averaging $35 million and more than 200 full time employees.  That constitutes the largest park-based asset management program in the entire National Park Service.

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