The national park superintendent who helped push through a controversial plan to revamp Yosemite Valley is to be transferred. The move by the National Park Service was reported to the office of Congressman George Radanovich, whose district includes. There was no word on where Yosemite Superintendent David Mihalic is to be transferred or who will replace him. He has been the Yosemite park superintendent for three years and was directed to establish a plan to address problems with crowding, traffic and buildings in the Yosemite Valley. Critics say the plan announced in 2000 allows too much development in the valley or will be inconvenient for visitors. Eventually buses will be used to bring visitors into the Yosemite Valley.