Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 22nd 2013
People sit back and will let the State do any thing they want no matter what the cost, even if it is to discriminate against People, (there is a law that says that you can not Discriminate against people, but the Government Agencies do on a daily basis) this is a good example of that, Washington State does not OWN these parks, the People own them and the Government (so they could give all Government Employees more money to take home) passed a law that put nothing more than a Tax on some thing that is already being paid for by taxes, did they go to the people and ask to put a charge on some thing that they don’t Own?, they are only care takers of this land, all they did was Buy this land with the Money from taxes that the people gave them to Buy this land.
Every year the Government puts them selves farther above the law and these Yuppies let them get away with it, when are these people going to get it through their over under Educated Brains that they are not the only people on this Earth, there are people of all walks of life and all means of income, and not all can afford these increases that these Greedy Yuppies want, eventually this is all going to come down around them, Ooooooh what do you mean, who is going to end up paying for Yuppies wants and Greed, YOUR CHILDREN AND THEIR CHILDREN AND SO ON, and if this keep up your Children WON’T even have a job in the future, and they will be living on the Streets Homeless.
IT IS YOUR CHOOSE, STOP THE GREED NOW OR DESTROY THE FUTURE OF YOUR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN, IT IS IN YOUR COURT NOW, this will shows what you thing of your Children and their future.
$1 million sales increase for Wash. Discover Pass
By Associated Press
Published: Sep 21, 2013
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) – A new report shows revenue collected from sales of the Discover Pass was nearly $1 million higher than the year before.
The Everett Herald says sales in the second full year of the program generated almost $16.7 million, compared to $15.7 million in the first year.
The program was created to offset the loss of state funding through budget cuts. A $30 annual pass or $10 daily pass is required in motor vehicles accessing state parks and other state-managed recreation lands.
A report prepared for the state Parks and Recreation Commission says the state took in $32.4 million in the two-year budget cycle that ended June 30. The majority went to state parks, with the rest going to the Department of Natural Resources and Department of Fish and Wildlife.