Staff photo by Carol Keefer
The National Park Service is developing a General Management Plan for the future of Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot National Monuments.
"The purpose is to establish a vision for use and management of the monuments for the next 15-20 years," explained Superintendent Kathy Davis.
Public input is wanted. Late last month, there were public meetings in both Camp Verde and Clarkdale. More will be scheduled after the first of the year, according to Davis.
National Park Service representatives are seen at the Sept. 24 meeting held at the Camp Verde Chamber of Commerce. From left: Bob Del Carlo, interpreter; Jerald Weaver, resource manager; Kathy Davis, superintendent; Pat Kenney, planner, (Denver Service Center); Karen Hughes, supervisory ranger; Jane Sikoryak, cultural resource specialist, (Denver); and Sam Sharp, volunteer.
To be added to the mailing list, call the Montezuma Castle/Tuzigoot National Monuments’ administrative office at 567-5276.
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