The Centennial Parks Conservation Fund is a constitutional amendment that was proposed by citizens in the November vote, according to the following statement from the Texas Park and Wildlife Department and Texas Preferred Wildlife Commission. The bank uses money from a state budget deficit to buy and develop state parks.
Doctor David Yoskowitz D., the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s administrative producer
” Thanks to the unwavering support from the Texans who voted to adopt Proposition 14, today marks the beginning of a new book for Texas State Parks.” This ancient vote demonstrates how important it is for Texans to protect outdoor areas for everyone’s pleasure. We are appreciative of the loving supporters of this significant policy, such as Texas Coalition for State Parks. I also want to express my gratitude to the Texas Legislature for making this a priority and getting the article on the ballot, particularly Legislators Tan Parker, César J. Blanco, Sarah Eckhardt, Lois W. Kolkhorst and José Menéndez, and Representatives Armando Walle and Justin Holland. We appreciate your assistance in preserving Texas ‘ natural resources by allowing us to hike, bike, swim, and protect future places.