“As our open spaces continue to be more and more used, I think it’s important to have an adopted set of rules and regulations,” said Scott Robson, executive director of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District.
Among the proposed rules and conduct codes that Robson presented to the EPRD board on March 26 was one prohibiting weapons — with one exception. According the park rules list, all firearms and other weapons will be prohibited on EPRD-managed lands, except for concealed handguns for which individuals have permits.
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