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Coconino forest supervisor leaving for D.C.

FLAGSTAFF – The Coconino National Forest’s supervisor is leaving her post after six years to take a job in Washington, D.C.

Nora Rasure will be the deputy director of Recreation, Heritage and Volunteer Resources under the U.S. Forest Service. She will begin July 20.

During her time in Flagstaff, Rasure oversaw a development plan for the Snowbowl ski resort and the Coconino forest’s plan to adopt an off-highway vehicle rules.

Rasure says she has enjoyed working with the communities and people throughout Coconino County and that she’ll miss her co-workers.

Rasure has worked for the Forest Service since 1980 in a variety of positions on six national forests in four different regions.

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