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Last updated on Tuesday, May 30, 2006
(UNDATED) - The State Department of Natural Resources has signed an agreement with an internet company to standardize reservations.
Infospherix will work to reserve campsites, cabins and shelters in the state's parks.
The state will pay at least a million dollars a year for the service, but it will get a break if more than 500,000 online reservations are made.
Each reservation before 500,000 costs the state $2.15.
Every one thereafter costs a $1.50.
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