A planned 176-siteat Custer State Park ( ) isn’t likely to get through the committee, Rep. Charlie Hoffman (R-Eureka) told a local report.
Hoffman is the co-chairman of the State Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee.
“With the amount of negativity from all walks of life in, I highly doubt this bill will make it out of committee and on to the Appropriations Committee where it will end up if passed,” Hoffman said in his email to KELOLAND News.
In another report last week, theGame Fish and has suggested a new with 176 sites to meet increasing demand, GPF division director Scott Simpson said. The would be located in Barnes Canyon near the wildlife loop road as well as the airport of the state park.
Hoffman revealed that he had over a hundred emails against any otherin Custer State Park.
The agriculture and natural resources committee is expected to discuss theproposal this week.
The GFP is looking for about $10 million in state funding to construct the.
Hoffman stated on January 23 that he’d received more than 100 emails to date against additionalwithin Custer State Park.
The natural resources and agriculture committee is expected to consider theproposal this week.
The GFP seeks around 10 million dollars in state funds to construct the.