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Amend the bill, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 39, DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & TOURISM, page 414, after line 13, by adding an appropriately numbered paragraph to read:
/ 39. (PRT: Sixty-Five, Disabled, or Blind) For the current fiscal year, a South Carolina resident who is over sixty-five years of age or disabled or legally blind may use a facility of a state park, including campsite facilities and overnight lodging facilities if vacancies exist, at one-half of the prescribed fee. Also, a South Carolina resident who is a veteran and who has been classified by the Veterans Administration as permanently and totally disabled may enter any state park without charge and may use camping facilities and oversight lodging facilities if vacancies exist without charge upon presentation to the person in charge of the park of an identification card from the county veterans affairs officer stating the veteran's permanent and total disability. /
Amend the bill further Part IB, Section 39, DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & TOURISM, page 414, after line 13, by adding an appropriately numbered paragraph to read:
/39.___(PRT: Management Plan) For the current fiscal year, and based on a review of business and personal use of a particular state park or facility by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, and the labor and insurance requirements it sustains at that facility, it may alter the management plan for that park or facility by permitting the reletting of campsites, camping facilities, or other amenities before the rental term of the original renter has expired if vacated by the original renter before the end of the stated term. The department also may waive the charges for its reuse and for the use of these and other amenities. /
Renumber sections to conform.
Amend totals and titles to conform.