Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in Washington Final Report

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Washington’s State Recreational Boating Activities, Revenues and Expenditures, and Organizational Structure

Fara Daun, J.D., Sr. Research Analyst
Joint Legislative Audit & Review Committee

The Washington State Legislature directed the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee (JLARC) to conduct a study of state recreational boating activities in Washington, with a focus on funding and organization. The Legislature also directed JLARC to examine approaches other states have taken to funding and organizing their state recreational boating activities. Members will be able to discuss with the senior researcher the findings of the report [http://bit.ly/eQhJTr]. Learn how other states organize their recreational boating activities, funding sources and services provided.

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  • 11 States with 9-15 Activities13 States with 16-20 Activities9 States with 21-30 Activities
  • 11 States at 5%- 42%11 States at 43%- 62%11 States at 63%- 100%
  • 11 States Each 1/3.Pulled Washington out separately because it was so far from the rest of its 1/3
  • Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in Washington Final Report

    1. 1. Activities SupportingRecreational Boating in Washington<br />National Association of State Boating Law Administrators Spring Workshop<br />March 3, 2011<br />Fara Daun, JD<br />Joint Legislative Audit & Review Committee<br />
    2. 2. Presentation Overview<br />Background about JLARC, this study, and Washington<br />The 50-State Survey<br />New information about state recreational boating in Washington with comparisons among 33 states<br />Activities<br />Revenues & Expenditures<br />Structure of State Recreational Boating Activities<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Washington is Rich in Both Marine and Inland Waters<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />3<br />With more than 264,000 registered recreational vessels, Washington ranks 19th in the US<br />Report Page 1<br />
    4. 4. Who Is JLARC?<br />The Joint Legislative Audit & Review Committee (JLARC) is a joint (bicameral), bi-partisan committee of 16 legislators.<br />Joint Committee equally divided between House and Senate Legislators<br />Bi-partisan—There is no majority on the committee<br />Governed by statute and an Executive Committee<br />Staffed by the Legislative Auditor and a professional nonpartisan staff<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />4<br />
    5. 5. What Does JLARC Do?<br />Fundamentally, we answer questions for the Legislature<br />The reports we issue may have many different titles <br />E.g., assessments, evaluations, sunset reviews, analyses, studies, audits<br />However, ALL assignments are conducted using a performance auditing process<br />The most important thing about performance auditing is the process used to answer questions and make conclusions about those answers<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />5<br />
    6. 6. Why Is That Important?<br />JLARC must adhere to Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS)<br />Work must be objective and independent <br />Findings must be based on evidence <br />Conclusions must be tied to criteria<br />Agencies do a confidential “technical review” <br />Agencies also submit a formal written response that is included in final report<br />Report is confidential until presented to JLARC<br />Legislators cannot change the report results outcome<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />6<br />
    7. 7. Why This Study?<br />Advocates asked the Legislature for a very large study and the fiscal note was too high<br />JLARC was asked to cover what Legislators saw as the main issues within our regular budget<br />Advocates raised two main issues with JLARC<br />Wanted the “Oregon model” (but had misunderstandings about what that meant)<br />Believed that all boating-related revenue should be used for boating and did not believe they were receiving any benefits from dollars deposited to the state general fund.<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />7<br />
    8. 8. State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />8<br />Study Examines the 2007-09 Biennium and Answers 4 Questions<br />What state activities support recreational boating?<br />What are the revenue sources and expenditures for state recreational boating activities?<br />What is the organizational structure of state recreational boating activities in Washington?<br />How does Washington’s approach to funding and organizational structure compare to the approaches other states have taken?<br />
    9. 9. National Survey Provided Basis for Comparing Washington and Other States<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />9<br />Activities<br />Organization<br />Registration<br />Funding<br />Report Page 17<br />
    10. 10. JLARC Received Survey Responses from 33 States<br />10<br /> Response received<br /> No response received<br />WA<br />NH<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />ID<br />WI<br />NY<br />SD<br />WY<br />RI<br />MI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NE<br />NV<br />OH<br />DE<br />IL<br />IN<br />UT<br />WV<br />CA<br />CO<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />OK<br />AZ<br />AR<br />NM<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />LA<br />TX<br />FL<br />AK<br />HI<br />Source: JLARC survey of state boating administrators. <br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />Report Page 17<br />
    11. 11. What Are State Recreational Boating Activities?<br />
    12. 12. What Is a State Recreational Boating Activity?<br />In Washington:<br />No definition in statute<br />No definition in administrative rule<br />Bigger than the US Coast Guard contract<br />How would you approach developing a comprehensive list of state recreational boating activities in your state?<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />12<br />Report Pages 3-4<br />
    13. 13. JLARC Developed a 2-Part Test<br />Is the activity a STATE Activity?<br />Is the activity administered or operated by at least one state agency?<br />Is it funded with state funds?<br />Do non-state dollars have to pass through a state agency?<br />Does federal law require state oversight or other state involvement?<br />Is the activity PRIMARILY concerned with RECREATIONAL boating?<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />13<br />Report Pages 3-4<br />
    14. 14. Boating Activities Fall into Four Categories<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />14<br /><ul><li>Aquatic invasive species prevention
    15. 15. Aquatic invasive species enforcement
    16. 16. Sewage and bilge pump-outs, floating restrooms, or other sanitary facilities
    17. 17. Clean Vessel Act programs
    18. 18. Clean Marina programs
    19. 19. Derelict vessel removal programs
    20. 20. Derelict gear removal programs
    21. 21. Oil and fuel spill prevention/education programs
    22. 22. Marine fire prevention programs</li></ul>Environmental Boating<br /><ul><li>Boating safety activities PLUS
    23. 23. Marine law enforcement emphasis patrols for:
    24. 24. Boating under the influence
    25. 25. Life-jacket or personal flotation device compliance
    26. 26. Accident investigation
    27. 27. Search and rescue</li></ul>Marine Law Enforcement<br />Boater Safety & Education<br />Marine Law Enforcement<br />State owned or operated:<br /><ul><li>Marine or aquatic parks
    28. 28. Marinas
    29. 29. Boat launches, moorage floats, docks, and buoys</li></ul>Grants for:<br /><ul><li>Water access for motorized and hand-launch boats
    30. 30. Buoys, floats, docks, and marinas</li></ul>Infrastructure & Access<br />Infrastructure & Access<br />Environmental Boating<br />Report Pages 4-6<br /><ul><li>Vessel registration system
    31. 31. Recreational boating accident reporting
    32. 32. Boater safety education courses
    33. 33. Navigation aids
    34. 34. Vessel safety inspections
    35. 35. Other boating safety or boater education programs</li></ul>Boater Safety & Education<br />
    36. 36. States Averaged 18 State Recreational Boating Activities<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />15<br />9 - 15<br />16 - 20<br />WA<br />21 - 30<br />NH<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />
    37. 37. Percentage of Boating Activities for Which the BLA is Responsible<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />16<br />5% - 42%<br />43% - 62%<br />WA<br />63% - 100%<br />NH<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />
    38. 38. What are Boating-Related Revenues?<br />
    39. 39. What Are Boating-Related Revenues?<br />In Washington:<br />No definition in statute<br />No definition in administrative rule<br />Immediately apparent that there were many sources of revenue being used for boating<br />How would you approach identifying boating-related revenues in your state?<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />18<br />Report Pages 3-4<br />
    40. 40. JLARC Developed Criteria Tied to the Boat and the Boater<br />JLARC identified revenue as “boating-related” if it was related to a recreational vessel’s <br />Ownership<br />Sale<br />Transfer<br />Use<br />Excluded “generally-applicable” revenues from calculations<br />Sales & Use Tax<br />Business & Occupations Tax<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />19<br />Report Page 7<br />
    41. 41. States Averaged 12.6 Sources of Boating-Related Revenue<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />20<br />4 - 10<br />11 - 14<br />WA<br />WA<br />15 - 21<br />NH<br />30<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />Report Page 19-21<br />
    42. 42. 14 States Receive General Fund $Boating $ Go to General Fund in 25 States<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />21<br />$ from GF - yes<br />$ from GF - no<br />WA<br />NH<br />Rev to GF<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />Report Page 21<br />
    43. 43. Revenues and Expenditures Go To and Come from Different “Funds”<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />22<br />Revenue Source #1<br />Revenue Source #2<br />General Fund<br />Revenue Source #3<br />Revenue Source #4<br />General Expense #1<br />General Expense #2<br />General Expense #3<br />Restricted Expense #1<br />Restricted Fund #1<br />Restricted Expense #2<br />General Expense #4<br />Restricted Expense #3<br />Revenue Source #3<br />Revenue Source #5<br />Dedicated Fund #2<br />Revenue Source #6<br />Dedicated Expense #1<br />
    44. 44. $70.9 Million of Boating Revenue from 30 Sources Was Deposited to 14 Funds<br />23<br />General Fund-State<br />$41,632 <br />Recreation Resources Acct<br />$11,351 <br />$5,366 <br />General Fund-Federal<br />$4,607 <br />Derelict Vessel Removal Acct<br />$2,067 <br />Parks Recreation & Stewardship Acct (PRSA)<br />$1,403 <br />Freshwater Aquatic Weeds Acct<br />$1,227 <br />Aquatic Lands Enhancement Acct (ALEA)<br />$1,004 <br />Resource Management Cost Acct<br />$826 <br />Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Acct<br />$550 <br />Freshwater Aquatic Algae Control Acct<br />$300 <br />Boater Safety Certification Fee Acct<br />$286 <br />Wildlife Acct-State<br />Washington<br />2007-09 Total: $70.9 M<br />($ in Thousands)<br />$275 <br />Aquatic Invasive Species Enforcement Acct<br />($13)<br />Marine Fuel Tax Refund Acct<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />Report Pages 8-9<br />
    45. 45. 24<br />Boating-Related Revenue Sources<br />Recreational Boating Activities<br />States With More Activities Are Likely to Have More Boating-Related Revenue Sources<br />35<br />30<br />25<br />20<br />Number of Activities and Sources<br />15<br />10<br />5<br />0<br />OK<br />MT<br />ND<br />IN<br />NB<br />VT<br />ME<br />NH<br />CA<br />RI<br />AK<br />VA<br />SD<br />WI<br />IA<br />NJ<br />NC<br />NY<br />UT<br />MD<br />ID<br />AR<br />KS<br />KT<br />MO<br />CT<br />TX<br />FL<br />AL<br />OR<br />NM<br />OH<br />WA<br />WA<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />Report Page 22<br />
    46. 46. In 2007-09, Washington Spent $54 Million on State Recreational Boating Activities<br />
    47. 47. Boating-Related Revenues Support Most Recreational Boating Expenditures<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />26<br />Source: JLARC analysis of LEAP and agency financial data.<br />Report Pages 10-12<br />
    48. 48. Most Recreational Boating Expenditures Are for Infrastructure and Access<br />27<br />($ in Millions)<br />Environment<br />$11.6 M<br />21%<br />Boater Safety & Education<br />$2.9 M<br />5%<br />Infrastructure & Access<br />$30.0 M<br />56%<br />18%<br />Marine Law Enforcement<br />$9.5 M<br />Total: $54.0 M<br />Source: JLARC analysis of LEAP and agency financial data.<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />Report Page 11<br />
    49. 49. Challenges in Looking at the Fiscal Data <br />
    50. 50. 29<br />Challenging to Make Meaningful Funding Comparisons Between States<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />States using the same revenue sources to support boating may look very different<br />17 of 33 responding states receive no General Fund dollars<br />Same revenue sources may be deposited to different kinds of accounts in different states<br />State’s General Fund<br />Funds dedicated to boating<br />Some boating-related revenues may be distributed directly to local government<br />Report Page 21<br />
    51. 51. 30<br />There Are Limitations on the Fiscal Data<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />We could not collect accurate, comprehensive expenditure data across states<br />As expected, survey respondents appeared to know more about the sources of revenue than the types of funds into which they were deposited<br />Terminology is not the same from state to state<br />BLA is usually not a fiscal analyst position<br />Report Page 21<br />
    52. 52. How Are State Recreational Boating Programs Structured and Organized?<br />
    53. 53. Survey Examined Agency Type and Centralization<br />JLARC asked each state to identify the lead agency for recreational boating<br />Each state identified the agency that housed their State Boating Law Administrator as the Lead Agency<br />Some Lead Agencies were “multi-type” agencies<br />Authority in a multi-type agency covered at least 3 areas<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />32<br />Report Page 23, Appendix 9 <br />
    54. 54. Single Agency States Identified Only 1 Agency with Boating Responsibilities<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />33<br />Multi-Type Agencies<br />WA<br />NH<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />Report Page 24, Appendix 9 <br />
    55. 55. Moderately Centralized StatesIdentified 2 – 4 Agencies<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />34<br />Multi-Type Agencies<br />WA<br />NH<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />Report Page 24, Appendix 9 <br />
    56. 56. Decentralized StatesIdentified 5 or More Agencies<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />35<br />WA<br />NH<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />Report Page 24, Appendix 9 <br />
    57. 57. No Correlation Between Organization Style and Activities or Revenue Sources<br />JLARC analyzed whether there was a relationship between how centralized a program was and:<br />How many activities it engaged in<br />How many revenue sources it reported<br />JLARC found no relationship<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />36<br />Report Page 24 <br />
    58. 58. What Kind of Office Houses the Boating Law Administrator?<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />37<br />Parks & Recreation<br />Law Enforcement<br />WA<br />Boating<br />NH<br />ME<br />Other<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />OR<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />Report Page 24, Appendix 9 <br />
    59. 59. Boating Programs with Law Enforcement BLAs Differ From Other Programs<br />States where the Boating Law Administrator is housed in a law enforcement unit are less likely to engage in environmental or infrastructure and access activities. Consequently they may have a narrower scope of activities than other states <br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />38<br />Report Pages 24-25<br />
    60. 60. How Do StatesCoordinate on Cross-AgencyIssues?<br />
    61. 61. Interagency Working Groups<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />40<br />Interagency<br />Boating safety<br />Aquatic Invasive Species<br />Oil/Fuel Spill<br />Sanitation<br />1 group<br />WA<br />2 groups<br />NH<br />ME<br />VT<br />MT<br />ND<br />3 groups<br />OR<br />5 groups<br />MN<br />MA<br />NY<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />PA<br />IA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />DE<br />UT<br />CA<br />CO<br />WV<br />VA<br />MD<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />NM<br />AR<br />SC<br />GA<br />AL<br />MS<br />TX<br />LA<br />AK<br />FL<br />HI<br />Report Page 25<br />
    62. 62. Washington Is Less Centralized but Has More Interagency Coordination Than Most Other States<br />
    63. 63. Seven State Agencies Are Involved in State Recreational Boating Activities<br />42<br />Parks & Recreation<br />Total: $26,289<br />$6,606<br />$15,434<br />$1,969 <br />$2,280 <br />Recreat. & Conserv. <br />Total: $9,160<br />$50 <br />$9,110 <br />Fish & Wildlife<br />Total: $8,727<br />$2,845 <br />$4,659 <br />$1,223 <br />Natural Resources<br />Total: $6,540<br />$788 <br />$5,752 <br />Category Total<br />Ecology<br />Total: $2,313<br />Access & Infrastructure $29,991<br />$2,313 <br />Marine Law Enforcement $ 9,501<br />Environment $11,571<br />Licensing<br />Total: $956<br />Boater Safety & Education $ 2,925<br />$956<br />Grand Total $53,989<br />State Patrol<br />Total: $3<br />$3<br />($ in Thousands)<br />Note: Difference between sum and total due to rounding.<br />Source: JLARC analysis of LEAP and agency financial data.<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />Report Pages 13-14, Appendix 5 <br />
    64. 64. Washington’s Organizational Structure Includes Local Governments<br />Over $15 million in grants to local governments and organizations<br />43<br />Environmental Boating<br />$2,907<br />Infrastructure & Access<br />$6,240<br />Boater Safety & Education <br />$21<br />Marine Law Enforcement <br />$5,843<br />($ in Thousands)<br />2007-09 Biennial Total: $15,011<br />Source: JLARC analysis of LEAP and agency financial data.<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />Report Pages 14-15, Appendix 3 <br />
    65. 65. State Agencies Collaborate on a Range of Boating Activities<br />Agency Boating Committee (ABC)<br />Boating Safety Council<br />Invasive Species Council<br />Boating Programs Advisory Committee<br />Oil Spill Advisory Council (repealed 2010)<br />Pacific Oil Spill Prevention & Education Team<br />Clean Vessel Environmental Advisory Committee<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />44<br />Report Pages 15-16, Appendix 8 <br />
    66. 66. ABC Committee Coordinates Across Four Agencies<br />Staff-level committee created in response to the “Ross Report”<br />Recreation & Conservation Office<br />Parks & Recreation Commission<br />Department of Fish & Wildlife<br />Department of Natural Resources<br />Focus is on statewide and cross-agency issues. Two examples are:<br />Currently developing Overwater Structures Standards<br />boat.wa.gov website<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />45<br />Report Page 15, Appendix 8 <br />
    67. 67. Boat.wa.gov Provides Washington Boating Information in One Place<br />46<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />Report Page 16<br />
    68. 68. Final Thoughts<br />In a decentralized structure, boating program gains experts, especially in highly technical areas, that it might not otherwise have because boating represents only a tiny piece of what they do<br />Because boating is tied to all kinds of other, non-recreational, issues with complex requirements, revenues and expenditure tracking is always likely to be complex<br />State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />47<br />
    69. 69. State Activities Supporting Recreational Boating in WA<br />48<br />Thank You<br />Contact:<br />Fara Daun<br />Joint Legislative Audit & Review Committee<br />360-786-5174<br />Daun.F@leg.wa.gov<br />www.jlarc.leg.wa.gov<br />

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