HARTFORD, Conn. — Although Gov. Dannel Malloy will not present his completed state budget proposal until early February, his projected cuts are already being scrutinized to determine their potential impact on state agencies and the services they provide.
Connecticut’s state parks and their campgrounds could be some of the most visible targets. Officials say that if the budget’s possible 10 percent across-the-board reductions are implemented, seasonal park staff could be eliminated and campgrounds, such as the one in Hopeville Pond State Park in Griswold, could close.
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