In a recent release from State Senator Mike Bohacek he said, “Last week kicked off the summer season, which means many Hoosiers and visitors will be traveling and spending more time outside – supporting thousands of Hoosier jobs and increasing state and local revenue. That’s why I continue to support initiatives expanding tourism opportunities in our state.”
Bohacek said, “In our new state budget, the General Assembly allocated $10 million for direct flights, $30 million to support Next Level Trails, and $100 million to accelerate the development of the new Potato Creek State Park lodge.”
The senator also supported a new law that offers foster families and foster youth free admission to Indiana Department of Natural Resources properties, including state parks and recreational areas.
Bohacek said, “There are many opportunities to explore our great state, from the beaches of Lake Michigan to the hills in Southern Indiana and the award-winning state parks in between. As your state senator, I will continue to support tourism initiatives and help improve Hoosier’s quality of life.”
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