No Ski Slope, But The State Of North Dakota Is Buying A Marina

The House and Senate have both agreed to a version of HB1019, the Parks and Recreation budget, and while that budget doesn’t include a $2.8 million appropriation to by the Frostfire Mountain ski resort the taxpayers are spending $750,000 on purchasing a boat marina at Lake Sakajawea State Park.

Here’s Senator Krebsbach explaining the changes:

The budget does include $300,000 for the Parks and Recreation department to explore building an interpretive center in the Pembina Gorge area, but at least the taxpayers won’t be on the hook for a ski slope.

Purchasing a marina is bad enough.

You have to wonder, do some of these people think that tourism ought to be a state-run industry?

Rob Port is the editor of SayAnythingBlog.com, a columnist for the Forum News Service, and host of the Plain Talk Podcast which you can subscribe to by clicking here.

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