Supervisors honor AMIA at April 24 meeting



LAKEPORT, Calif. – The Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association (AMIA) received a proclamation of support on Tuesday, April 24, from the Lake County Board of Supervisors.

AMIA, a cooperating association with State Department of Parks and Recreation, has been working for almost a year, along with local State Park Sector Superintendent Bill Salata, to create an operating agreement that will keep Anderson Marsh State Historic Park open on a limited basis.

The park was slated for closure last spring because of state budget difficulties.