(Photo Courtesy of the Times)
After 35 years with the National Park Service, the current Superintendent of the Indiana Dunes National Lake Shore says its time to move on. Costa Dillon announced he will retire this August, and says while it will not be easy to leave, he does so with the confidence that the excellent people who work at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, and those in the community who support the park, will continue to preserve and protect it for generations to come. Dillon says since 1978, he has worked in over a dozen parks in ten states, with temporary assignments in more than 30 different parks, and as had the priviledge of representing the National Parks Service in assisgnments in four other countries. Dillon has been Superintendent of the Indiana Dunes National Lake Shore since 2007.
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