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FUNDING FOR STATE PARKS WOULD COME FROM VEHICLE REGISTRATION

By Nate Gonner 4/10/2013

             CITY OFFICIALS FROM NEBRASKA CITY SPENT TIME TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT THE CAPITAL SPEAKING WITH LAWMAKERS ABOUT BILL THAT WOULD DELETE THE ANNUAL STATE PARK PERMIT AND REPLACE IT WITH A SEVEN DOLLAR FEE ON YOUR VEHICLE REGISTRATION.

 

              ACCORDING TO CITY ADMINISTRATOR JOE JOHNSON, THE CITY SUPPORTS LEGISLATIVE BILL 362 INTRODUCED BY SENATOR BILL AVERY.

 

              JOHNSON SAYS THE PARK PERMIT FEE IS OUTDATED.

 

              JOHNSON AUDIO

 

              JOHNSON SAYS THE CITY BELIEVES IF EVERYONE HAD ACCESS TO THE STATE PARKS, MORE PEOPLE WOULD VISIT THEM.

 

              NEBRASKA CITY HAS TWO STATE PARKS: ARBOR LODGE STATE HISTORICAL PARK AND RIVERVIEW MARINA STATE PARK.

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