The Governor’s Mansion, ready for the holidays, is pictured on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

The Governor’s Mansion, ready for the holidays, is pictured on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Manager of Governor’s Mansion gone from position

Her replacement has years of experience.

Those looking to get a tour of the Governor’s Mansion will now have to go through a different source.

Lisa Boman, the executive residence manager at the governor’s residence, is no longer in that position, Gov. Mike Dunleavy Press Secretary Matt Shuckerow said via email on Wednesday. Shuckerow wouldn’t comment on the circumstances around Boman’s departure, saying it was a personnel matter. Boman was unable to be reached for comment Wednesday.

Maxine Lucero, who has worked at the mansion for almost a decade, will replace Boman. Shuckerow said there shouldn’t be any drop-off in services.

“We do not anticipate any changes,” Shuckerow wrote in the email. “Among other responsibilities, Maxine has long been responsible for providing tours of the residence.”

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