The South Carolina Department of Parks and Tourism is working to finalize the state parks’ $12.6 billion plan to revitalize the region.
The plan, known as South Carolina Parks, Tourism and Recreation, will create a system of state parks that will be better designed to attract visitors and enhance the experience of visitors in the state.
The state has spent $12 billion on parks since 2003 and is expected to spend $15.3 billion by the end of 2020.
But it will be the $12 million per year that is coming in that will attract more people to South Carolina’s parks.
The department announced in November that it had awarded a $2 million grant for the project.
“The Department of Park and Recreation is committed to a long-term vision for the future of our state parks, and this grant is part of that vision,” said State Parks Director Dan Purdy in a press release.
“We’re going to keep moving forward with the vision for our parks that we all share.”
Purdy also noted that the department was making some changes to its current funding plan to reflect the additional funding it is receiving.
State Parks Commissioner Dan Fink announced in January that the state will be able to spend up to $6 million per park per year to expand and upgrade parks in the South.
The new grants will help pay for the cost of these improvements.
Purdy said that in addition to the state’s new grants, the department is also working with other agencies, including the National Park Service, to get a better sense of the future cost of the plan.
The $2.4 million grant will be used to fund a number of projects that are needed to build the parks and improve visitor experience.
One of the major projects will be to add restrooms to the Statehouse and Capitol complex.
The bathrooms will provide visitors with a safe and secure location for privacy.
The restroom will also provide an opportunity to see a variety of different activities including hiking, cycling, walking, hiking on the beach, fishing, kayaking and more.
Other major projects include: adding an amphitheater at the Capitol complex to the Capitol Rotunda; creating a new visitor center at the State House and building a new museum building at the South Florida Museum of Natural History.
A new, outdoor pavilion and amphitheatre at the National Museum of South Carolina, the state Capitol and State House are also planned to be completed by 2020.
Pensions South Carolina will also be taking advantage of a $6.5 million state pension fund to pay for improvements at the state and federal level.
State Sen. John Cusack said in a statement that the pension plan was developed by the department.
“I want to thank Governor Fink and the Department of Public Safety for the work they’ve done to make this possible,” Cusak said.
“It’s a big deal, but it’s a lot of money.
It’s a good start to the fiscal year, and I look forward to continuing our dialogue with the department.”
The department will also begin the process of awarding $4.5 billion in state and local bonds.
State Park Commissioners said in the press release that the new funds will allow the department to hire an outside accounting firm to audit the plan and make sure that it meets all of the criteria of the state plan.
A key goal of the new funding plan is to make the system of parks more accessible and attractive to visitors, which is why the department has created the South Central Partnership for Accessible Parks and Resorts.
The partnership will provide grants to fund the new state parks and visitor experiences.
It will also pay for a new system of visitor guides and guide dogs.
The parks will also develop a visitor center and museum that will provide information about the state park system, such as historical exhibits, programs and programs.
The South Carolinian will also have access to more than 3,000 miles of trails, swimming pools and other recreational amenities, according to a press statement.
“South Carolina Parks is committed and ready to take the next step in the revitalization of our parks,” Purdy wrote.
“Our parks and tourism community needs to continue to work hard to make our state the destination for the best of South Carolinas.”
Pushing back against critics Purdy added that the plan will be in line with the South Carolinians plan to modernize our state’s parks and create a more attractive and safe experience for visitors.
“With our parks, our tourism, and our communities’ needs at heart, we will work with the Department to ensure that the changes are a result of our needs and not the department’s,” he said.