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Maryland’s state parks superintendent is out at the agency amid scrutiny of system’s culture, handling of complaints

November 22, 2022

The state park service’s superintendent and two local park managers are no longer employed by the state amid ongoing scrutiny of the agency’s culture and the criminal indictment of the Gunpowder Falls State Park manager. Gregg Bortz, a spokesman for the Department of Natural Resources that includes the park service, said Monday that superintendent Nita Settina, regional manager Steve McCoy and Gunpowder Falls assistant manager Dean Hughes were no longer with the agency.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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