Laura Miller Selected as Superintendent of Hot Springs National Park – (U.S. National Park Service)

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Laura Miller was announced as new superintendent of Hot Springs National Park. NPS photo
Laura Miller was announced as new superintendent of Hot Springs National Park. NPS photo

National Park Service (NPS) Midwest Regional Director Cam Sholly announced the selection of Laura Miller as superintendent of Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas.  Miller is currently the Acting Superintendent of Buffalo National River. She assumes her new role in August.   “Laura is an exceptional leader who knows how to listen and foster collaboration both within and outside of government,” said Cam Sholly.  “She will be a strong partner to the community of Hot Springs and work with the outstanding NPS…(more)

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3 Responses

  1. Good morning Laura Miller,
    I visited the bath houses and an wondering how the town, including the bath houses weathered the recent storm. I am very interested in the Maurice house. Could you send me some information on the availability of it?
    Thank you kindly,
    Denise Banto

    1. Here is the latest information we could find on the Maurice Bathhouse: Maurice Bathhouse For other information on the National Park or the City of Hot Springs, you’ll need to contact them directly. Thanks.

  2. I tried to report litter and unlawful usage by a resident in HSNP on Hawthorne Ally. Missy Smothers has not returned my call, nor has she sent a Park Ranger to investigate the ongoing situation. However, I am asking did Missy notify the owner of the property in question? Because the water filled buckets that lined Hawthorne Ally from Elite construction, were placed in my driveway around 4pm the same time the Park Ranger was scheduled to be here. So, I am again humiliated and forced to cope with more litter/trash in my driveway. I have had a triple bypass and my husband has leukemia and we should not have to deal with this day in and day out. We recently had a tree fall on the back of our house and Hawthorne Ally HSNP has Elite construction supplies and scaffold lining Hawthorne Ally limits our access to remove the mess with a truck/trailer on Tuesday next week. We were never informed by our neighbor of her plan to put scaffold in our driveway. We have parked on the street for about 10 days as requested by the foreman. I’m done trying to cope with this ongoing mess. I will continue to seek help with those who can adequately problem solve and enforce U.S. National Park (federal) regulations.

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