Red, white and booze: DNR considers Fourth of July alcohol ban at public beaches
An ordinance banning alcohol at public beaches in Dickinson County over the Fourth of July -- including the three days before and after the holiday may pass pending a DNR Commission hearing to be held this coming Thursday, May 14.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Okobojian.
#1 May 12, 2010
Since its our taxes that pay for these parks, shouldn't it be our decision weather or not to drink at these parks. if they kick drinkers out of the beaches they are just gonna go to family locations like arnolds park instead or just drive around.
Add your comments below
|Past revisited (Feb '13)||Feb '13||Joe porter||1|
|Marcos Mireles story (Jul '08)||Jan '12||marcos||8|
|Oak Haven Closing (Feb '10)||Feb '10||Jay Birdsall||1|
|Girl, 5, has close call with jump-rope in Milford (Jun '09)||Oct '09||Divine Intervention||12|
|Judge Larson giving rights to meth users??? (Mar '07)||Oct '09||ELECTIONS||4|
|Hwy 86 Closure (Sep '08)||Sep '09||Deb||2|
|high school reunion (Jul '09)||Jul '09||Tim thompson||1|
Find what you want!
Search Dickinson County Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC