That’s the voice you’ll hear if you call the California Attorney General’s Office and reach the special tip hotline for people who may have information in the matter. A Sacramento Bee investigative report uncovered a 54-million dollar surplus in the state parks department. The Bee says 20-million dollars of that money could have been used to avoid park cutbacks and closures.
The hotline number is 916-324-7561.
Nevada County residents contributed funds to keep Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park as well as Bridgeport along the South Yuba River open when State Parks, citing a lack of funds, said the parks here and elsewhere in California faced closing.