Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Governor Scott Walker stands up to National Park Service

The National Park Service, in direct violation of the Constitution, tried to tell Wisconsin to close state parks in Kettle Moraine State ForestDevil’s Lake State Park and Wisconsin’s oldest park, Interstate Park. There are a few other locations, but none of the state areas will be closed.
their drive to punish Americans for the Washington politics meltdown. When the order came down, unlike other state governments, Scott Walker put his foot down. The parks the NPS wanted shut down was
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Cathy Step has spoken on the issue. “After close review and legal consult, DNR has clarified areas where the federal procedures are over-reaching by ordering the closure of properties where the state has management authority through existing agreements.”
In a press release, the DNR official stance is while the federal government shutdown has closed federal properties in Wisconsin, such as the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and some national wildlife refuges, and improved campgrounds and other buildings in the Chequamegon and Nicolet National Forests, all state, county and local recreational areas remain open in Wisconsin.
The DNR has also been removing barricades wherever the NPS has illegally put them up.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please feel free to comment. The editor has lifted the registration gate, so all can comment. Good conduct is expected. Since this blog deals only in truth and patriotic rhetoric, any excessive America-Hating comments can be removed, and if such persists, the poster will be blocked.