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Kym A. Hall

Superintendent

National Park Service

HQ Phone:  (501) 396-3000

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National Park Service

1849 C Street N.W.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20240

United States

Company Description

More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America's 413 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. The National Park Service has cared for the...more

Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent

Glacier National Park Conservancy


Contributor

The Virginia Gazette


Contributor

Daily Press


Superintendent

Chiricahua National Monument


Superintendent

Glen Canyon Institute


Deputy Superintendent

Glacier Park Inc


Affiliations

Fish

Special Assistant To the Assistant Secretary


Education

Harvard University


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Beach Access and Park Issues

islandfreepress.org [cached]

Kym Hall, acting superintendent of the National Park Service's Outer Banks Group, was the guest Sunday, Sept. 7, on the new Radio Hatteras interview show, "To the Point."
Here are some highlights of yesterday's interview with Hall: Buxton beach restoration. Hall outlines the procedure the county must use to get a special use permit from the NPS for the beach nourishment project. She calls the timeline, which would put sand on the beach in the late summer of 2016, "ambitious," but says it would be possible. "We will do as much as possible to expedite that timeline," she says. Controversy over new Ramp 25. The contractor built the pedestrian boardwalk to the south of the new ramp,Minstead of to the north as called for in the Environmental Assessment of the new ORV-related projects. Hall said that the designer thought "it was the most logical" placement, but the Park Service should have looked more closely. "It was a lesson learned on our part," she says, adding that in the future the NPS will be "very clear" with contractors. Hall says the park biologists are looking at the reasons. However, she said that there will always be "an ebb and flow" and that the park must look at the longer-term trend. Circle of Stones. Hall says the big, granite stones engraved with the names of the keepers of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse will be relocated to the new lighthouse site sometime this fall -- or at the latest in the early spring. Hall says the Park Service has just awarded a contract to have a dive team go underwater to find out the shape of the support pilings. "Right now, we don't know what's under the water," she says. Meanwhile, the park's maintenance staff members will soon tear down and remove the pier house and the ramp that leads to it. Finally, Hall says NPS hopes to appoint a new superintendent for the Outer Banks Group around Nov. 1. Since the Park Service does not usually move folks during the holidays, she says, it could be early January before the new superintendent arrives on the Outer Banks.


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As written to Kym Hall of NPS and Wayne Taylor, Chairman: Hopi Nation


DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR National Park Service 36 CFR Parts 1, 3 and 7 RIN 1024–AD07 Boating and Water Use Activities

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ADDRESSES: Comments should be sent to Kym Hall, Special Assistant, National Park Service, 1849 C Street NW, Room 3145, Washington, DC 20240.
Email: WASO Regulations@nps.gov. Fax: (202) 208-4684. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Kym Hall, (202) 208-4206. Drafting Information: The primary authors of this regulation were Jay Lippert, Fire Island National Seashore; Art North, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area; Bonnie Foist, Everglades National Park; Jerry Case, Pinnacles National Monument; Bob McKeever (retired), and Kym Hall, Regulations Program Manager, National Park Service. You may mail written comments to: Kym Hall, Regulations Program Manager, National Park Service, 1849 C Street, NW., Room 7248, Washington, DC 20240. Email to:WASO Regulations@nps.gov. Fax: (202) 219-8835. Please include ''Part 3 Rules'' in the subject line and your name and return address in the body of your message. Finally, you may hand deliver comments to Kym Hall, 1849 C Street NW., Room 7248, Washington, DC.


firstflight.org

Kym Hall, Acting Superintendent, Outer Banks Group, National Park Service
Society News Kym Hall, Acting Superintendent, Outer Banks Group, National Park Service Regional Director Stan Austin announced that Kym Hall has been selected as the acting superintendent of Cape Hatteras National Seashore and the Outer Banks Group, effective August 4. Hall will temporarily replace Superintendent Barclay Trimble who is moving to Atlanta to take on the role of Deputy Regional Director of the Southeast Region.


www.vagazette.com

National Park Service Northeast Regional Director Mike Caldwell announced Monday that Kym Hall has been named to fill the vacancy created by long-time superintendent Dan Smith's retirement last year.
"We're very excited about the tremendous experience and leadership skills that Kym brings to Colonial National Historical Park. Hall has worked as deputy superintendent at Glacier National Park in Montana since 2011, she also served four months as acting superintendent at Glacier and four months as acting superintendent at the Outer Banks Group in North Carolina. "I am honored to have been selected to serve as the superintendent. Many years ago I visited the park on a family vacation and knew that I wanted to work there one day," Hall said. "I'm thrilled at the opportunity to work with the park staff, our neighbors, partners and stakeholders as we launch into the centennial of the National Park Service." Since 2007, there have been a number of changes at Colonial National Historical Park, which encompasses the site of the original Jamestown fort, the Yorktown battlefield and the Colonial Parkway which connects them. Hall has been with the Park Service for 28 years, beginning at Olympic National Park in Washington. She then went to work in the Washington, D.C. headquarters, working on regulations. She developed the first winter use regulations for Yellowstone National Park and rules for the use of personal watercraft and off-road vehicles at various park locations. She's a graduate of the Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government Senior Executive Fellows Program, in 2014. She has three sons.


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