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HOUSE BILL NO. 224
INTRODUCED BY S. KITZENBERG
A BILL FOR AN ACT ENTITLED: "AN ACT CREATING A STATE PARK AT ROCK CREEK CAMPGROUND ON FORT PECK LAKE IN REGION 6; AND PROVIDING DIRECTIVES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF PARK FACILITIES."
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA:
NEW SECTION. Section 1. Rock Creek state park created on Fort Peck Lake -- facilities. (1) There is a state park in region 6 at Rock Creek campground on Fort Peck Lake, to be known as Rock Creek state park. The park is situated on land donated through an outgrant lease from the U.S. army corps of engineers.
(2) In addition to the existing boat ramp, single vault-toilet, and water well at Rock Creek campground, the department of fish, wildlife, and parks shall further develop the park for public use. Development must include but is not limited to the building of access roads, up to 50 camping pads for recreational vehicles, a comfort station, electric power, trees and other appropriate landscaping, fire rings, picnic tables, weed management, and garbage collection facilities. The department may use state money as matching funds to acquire available federal money to apply to development of Rock Creek state park.
(3) Maintenance of Rock Creek state park is the responsibility of the department of fish, wildlife, and parks.
NEW SECTION. Section 2. Codification instruction. [Section 1] is intended to be codified as an integral part of Title 23, chapter 1, part 1, and the provisions of Title 23, chapter 1, part 1, apply to [section 1].
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