HELENA, Mont. — A panel appointed by the governor to look at state parks has found the current system faces large operational, capacity and financial hurdles and does not have a coordinated constituency to call attention to its needs.
The nine pages of findings, with suggestions on changes, were released Wednesday at part of the Montana Parks in Focus Draft Recommendations for Public Comment. And the panel is asking the public for their ideas.
“This is a chance for Montanans to comment and give us their best ideas on how to build a park system we want, “ said Ben Alexander, staff to the commission.
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