The California OHV Trust Fund and Local Assistance Grants program is emerging as a hot topic item for the coming legislative session, again. This political hot-potato is linked with the on-going scandal within California Department of Parks and Recreation. That scandal involves at least $54 million in "hidden" funds during a time when State Parks was pleading for private funding and increased tax dollars to keep 70 State Park units open. What is known is that at least $33.5 million of the "hidden" funds are part of the Off Highway Vehicle Trust Fund.
The ink is dry on the Fiscal Year 2013 California budget and details are coming into focus. So, what about the OHV Program? What about the future of OHV recreation in the state of California? The OHV Program budget is linked to the California State Parks budget. Now, for the rest of the story...
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