Regulations adjusted to allow alcohol at licensed city-sponsored events
By Marty Finley
Friday, May 31, 2013 at 11:55 pm (Updated: June 1, 8:27 pm)
Before addressing its budget needs Thursday, Radcliff took care of some old business warranting attention.
During a special called meeting, officials approved a change to the city’s rules and regulations banning non-firearm weapons in area parks unless authorized by Kentucky statute or other applicable law. The vote was a response to the state’s notice that local municipalities no longer have the authority to legislate firearms controls. Previously, the city banned guns in local parks.
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