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Alcohol In City Parks Back On Agenda

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KALISPELL - The Kalispell City Council will re-visit the issue of serving alcohol in city parks during summer events during Monday's work session.  

Currently alcohol sales are permitted at the Conrad Mansion Museum at Central School and the Hockaday Museum of Art. A proposed municipal code would permit alcohol sales at Depot Park Pavilions at Woodland Park and throughout city streets.

"This topic has been previously approached when the Hockaday Association requested to use the Woodland Ice Center and the council wanted to see how that goes, then we investigated a little bit further after that event to see if this is something we want to open up to other locations public places, streets,"  City Manager Doug Russell said.

The meeting will take place Monday at 7 p.m. in the City Hall Chambers on 1st Avenue East in Kalispell.

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