In California, a lot of money is “lost” when it is lost to the state.
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, California has lost over $3 billion worth of money to the federal government, and over $5 billion to the states and the U.S. Treasury in the past two decades.
The state’s total unclaimed wealth is around $1 trillion.
But the state government has been working to figure out how to recover some of the money lost.
The solution has been to spend it all on the Golden State’s parks, schools, parks and recreational facilities.
That’s because there are nearly two million acres of California state parkland, according to the U, and the state is working to protect all of it.
It has set aside $1 billion to develop parks and recreation centers in every county in the state, which will be available for visitors to use for free, even if they are not employed in the parks.
That includes parks like the Great Northern State Recreation Area, which is home to many of the state’s iconic hiking trails, and Golden Gate State Park, which includes a popular fishing spot for boaters and tourists.
There are also about $3.5 billion in unused funds in California’s parks and public lands.
“The state is a national leader in parks, so it’s important that the state recognizes that and is able to provide incentives for people to use it,” said Laura McElroy, a park program manager for the California Department of Parks and Recreation.
The idea behind the state parks and state recreation centers was that they could be used to help the state pay for its massive infrastructure spending, which has ballooned to $100 billion a year.
But McElray said the money needed to pay for these massive infrastructure projects can’t be spent on parks.
“There is a huge amount of money we don’t have that’s going into parks,” she said.
Instead, the money is going into other priorities, including paying off the state debt and funding the cost of building roads and bridges, among other things.
The Department of Recreation and Parks estimates that its budget is $14.2 billion, or about $11.6 billion a month.
But that number does not include the $9.7 billion in unclaimed tax money that has not been paid into the state coffers since the state legislature failed to approve a tax increase last year.
The money has not gone into the parks program either, and so McElley said the parks budget would not be fully funded until 2019.
“We’ve never had this kind of money for parks in the entire state, and that’s what we need to start investing in,” McElry said.
“It’s just a matter of figuring out how we’re going to get the money to that point.”
Some parks and parks have already started receiving the money.
Last fall, the San Francisco Zoo and Botanical Garden announced it would receive $3 million a month from the state for the next two years, as part of a $5 million pilot program to begin releasing all of the unclaimed parks money.
The program will be expanded to other parks in 2019.
And a California Department, Parks and Rec spokeswoman said that as of January, the agency was receiving $10.4 million in park revenue in the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018.
The San Francisco Botanical Gardens said it had received $2.6 million from the parks agency for the same period.
It also said it would start releasing $5.4 billion in park money this month.
The Golden Gate state park and recreation center, however, is a different story.
It is a federal building, which the state uses to house the offices of the U: the Department of Agriculture, and it has had $1.8 billion in funds designated for parks, and is also the site of many of its popular hiking trails.
But because it is federally funded, the state has to put it up for auction.
The auction is scheduled for May.
The agency’s chief operating officer, Sarah Miller, said the agency has been trying to find a way to help keep the state park system funded.
“This year we’re looking at a $3,000 rebate for every park visitor who spends a day on the property,” she told FourFourtwo.
“That’s a very significant amount of revenue that is not going into the park, so we’re very excited about that.”
But the Golden Gate park agency has faced criticism from the U for being too reliant on federal dollars.
The federal government pays for about 30 percent of the park’s operating costs, and Miller said the park agency was worried that if it lost some of its funding, it would end up having to find additional money from the federal Treasury or other sources.
Miller said that the U is currently working with the state to create a state park agency that would be able to focus its efforts on the parks, instead of on the federal program.
That agency would be created with the intent of reducing