Gunstock gets pushback on proposal to have state pay for paving
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Gunstock commissioners made their case to have the state pay to pave the recreation area’s parking lot, saying it would benefit the environment and the economy. But lawmakers questioned using state money to pay for a project at the county-owned facility.
Stephan Nix, chairman of the Gunstock Area Commission, told the House Finance Committee the cost of paving the 5½ acre gravel lot would be a “win-win” for the state and the county.