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Mont. Mountain Line GM leaving for Calif. job

Posted on October 10, 2014

MISSOULA, Mont. — The Missoula Urban Transportation District announced today that GM Michael Tree has resigned effective November 7, 2014, to become Executive Director of the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority in California.

“Michael has been a key contributor to Mountain Line’s success over the past several years,” said Board Chairman Eric Hines. “We would like to thank him in particular for his efforts to implement progressive changes to the Mountain Line system and for developing a clear strategy for the transit district’s future.”

Upon the departure of Michael Tree on November 7, 2014, Mountain Line’s Business Manager Dorothy Magnusen will serve as the Interim General Manager, with Operations Manager Jeff Logan overseeing the implementation of projects for near-future improvements at the transit agency.

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