TACOMA, Wash. — The Associated Press reports that sales of the Discover Pass, Washington’s new state park parking pass, is not raising the money officials expected.
The News Tribune reported in Sunday’s newspaper that if the program fails, the parks agency will have to find new money or close most of the state’s 116 parks, reports The Associated Press.
The Associated Press reports that officials hope sales of the pass will improve during its first spring, but worry people will continue to dislike it because it can’t be transferred from one car to another.
The Associated Press reports that issue should come before the Legislature this winter.
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