(Associated Press) The top two officials at Grand Canyon National Park are among those facing disciplinary action following a federal report that found they violated policies on reporting and investigating allegations of sexual harassment in the park's river district.
The National Park Service's Intermountain Region director, Sue Masica, declined Thursday to say what specifics actions would be taken against Superintendent Dave Uberuaga, and his deputy Diane Chalfant. The possibilities, in general, range from a warning letter, a reprimand, and suspension to termination, she said.
"You kind of have to match the severity of the action by the individual with the previous records to what's appropriate for the particular circumstance," she said. "I'll be looking at all of that."
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