Do you think limiting tents and grills, as well as removing the requirement of a verbal warning before an alcohol citation can be issued, will help make city parks safer and healthier?

City Council approved, on the first of two readings, park ordinances that would amend current city park rules. The amendments would effectively remove the requirement of a verbal warning before a citation could be given for an alcohol violation at city parks, prohibit charcoal grills and limit pop-up tents and propane grills only at city installed picnic tables, no longer allowing them between the trail and river. The ordinance amendments are in response to overcrowding, litter issues and safety concerns at city parks.


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