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California officials have said they are trying to avert a threat from the federal government to seize six state parks that could close to help balance the state budget.
The National Park Service warned in a letter to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger that six parks of the 220 he's proposed closing are on former federal land that could revert to the U.S. government if the state closes them.
They include Angel Island and Mount Diablo; Point Sur in Big Sur; and beaches at Fort Ord Dunes near Monterey, Point Mugu State Park near Malibu, and Border Fields along the Mexican border.
Originally posted by ziggy1706
You know what the really sic part of all this is? They WILL confiscate nice beutiful land..but they wont give a dmie to help the state or citizens out