Claremont parks director leaving for Vermont job
“It been a great ride,” he said.
Hausler said it was a hard decision to leave, but he will remain in the Upper Valley region as the new assistant director for the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department in Hartford, Vt.
“I certainly wasn’t looking for employment. It was kind of an opportunity that came available and one I felt I really couldn’t pass up. It’s a good direction for me to go,” Hausler said.
In Hartford he will oversee programing at the new Maxfield Sports Complex, which is currently under construction. He will also manage Hartford’s ice rink, the Wendell A. Barwood Arena, as well as oversee a renovation of the ice rink.
“He’s been a great employee all around and that is reflected in the new community center,” said City Manager Guy Santagate. “It’s a great facility and we have 4,000 members now. And that speaks volumes for him his time and talent and abilities.”
Hausler will be missed greatly, but city officials are pleased for him, Santagate said. “It’s a loss to the city, but it’s been a great run for him and a great run for the city.”
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