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Findings.

The legislature finds that:

     (1) State parks are a valuable asset to the people of the state of Washington, contributing to their health, education, and well-being;

     (2) Well maintained state parks are an attraction and contribute significantly to the economic well-being of the state of Washington;

     (3) Well maintained state parks encourage the appreciation of the natural resources and natural beauty of the state of Washington;

     (4) There is an increasing demand for more state parks and more state parks services;

     (5) There are individuals and groups who desire to contribute to the continued vitality of the state parks system;

     (6) Providing a tax-deductible method for individuals and groups to contribute is an effective way of increasing available funds to improve the state parks system; and

     (7) It is in the public interest to create a nonprofit foundation to provide such a method for individuals and groups to contribute to the preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the state parks system.

[2000 c 25 § 1.]

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Washington > Title-79a > 79a-70 > 79a-70-005

Findings.

The legislature finds that:

     (1) State parks are a valuable asset to the people of the state of Washington, contributing to their health, education, and well-being;

     (2) Well maintained state parks are an attraction and contribute significantly to the economic well-being of the state of Washington;

     (3) Well maintained state parks encourage the appreciation of the natural resources and natural beauty of the state of Washington;

     (4) There is an increasing demand for more state parks and more state parks services;

     (5) There are individuals and groups who desire to contribute to the continued vitality of the state parks system;

     (6) Providing a tax-deductible method for individuals and groups to contribute is an effective way of increasing available funds to improve the state parks system; and

     (7) It is in the public interest to create a nonprofit foundation to provide such a method for individuals and groups to contribute to the preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the state parks system.

[2000 c 25 § 1.]


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Washington > Title-79a > 79a-70 > 79a-70-005

Findings.

The legislature finds that:

     (1) State parks are a valuable asset to the people of the state of Washington, contributing to their health, education, and well-being;

     (2) Well maintained state parks are an attraction and contribute significantly to the economic well-being of the state of Washington;

     (3) Well maintained state parks encourage the appreciation of the natural resources and natural beauty of the state of Washington;

     (4) There is an increasing demand for more state parks and more state parks services;

     (5) There are individuals and groups who desire to contribute to the continued vitality of the state parks system;

     (6) Providing a tax-deductible method for individuals and groups to contribute is an effective way of increasing available funds to improve the state parks system; and

     (7) It is in the public interest to create a nonprofit foundation to provide such a method for individuals and groups to contribute to the preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the state parks system.

[2000 c 25 § 1.]

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