The California Department of State Parks continues to be in the news with its on-going money scandal involving hidden funds. Additional information about the OHMVR Trust Fund and the scandal is postedat: Operation Restore - The California OHMVR Program and OHV Trust Fund
The below is from the Jan 21, 2013 Sacramento Bee....
Six months after the public learned that California state parks officials had concealed $20 million even as they were crying poor and closing parks, one crucial issue remains foggy as ever:
Were any crimes committed, and if so, will anyone be held to answer?
The state attorney general's investigation into the secret funds, released Jan. 4, made it clear that $20.5 million was kept hidden in the State Parks and Recreation Fund (SPRF). The fund is the primary collection point for all visitor fees paid at the 278 parks in the California Department of Parks and Recreation system. Another $33 million, held in the Off Highway Vehicle Fund, was not intentionally hidden, according to the report, but was obscured nonetheless by complexities in managing that fund.
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