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By JOE BIESK
Associated Press Writer
FRANKFORT — Kentucky’s state park system, which includes 17 resorts, has been a money loser despite hundreds of millions of dollars in recent investments, Auditor Crit Luallen said.
Since 2000, state parks have seen a steady drop in their occupancy rate and a corresponding increase in operating loss, according to the audit report released Wednesday. For the fiscal year ending next month, Kentucky’s parks system will have lost more than $30 million, the report said.
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