It’s taken 10 months, but the National Park service has found it’s man. Mark Hardgrove is currently a deputy superintendent at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore in
South North Carolina, according to the St. John Source. He’s been with the NPS at least 21 years.
Hardgrove has a lot more than flora and fauna to worry about on island. The Park could be directed by Congress to lease land to the VI government for construction of a new school, and At Large Senator Carmen Wesselhoft wants the Service to donate several hundred acres for locals’ housing.
Hardhrove is expected to begin his duties on island by the end of the month.