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It’s all part of the strange process to be appointed an EPA regional administrator as a new administration takes charge. The job, running one of the agency’s 10 regional offices across the country, is coveted — leading hundreds of EPA employees in major cities like New York, Chicago or San Francisco, being the public face of the president — all without the nettlesome burden of Senate confirmation. Fill out the form to read the full article.