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Denver May Force Fitness Groups To Pay To Use Parks

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Groups of people who enjoy working out together in Denver's parks may soon have to pay up if the city pushes forward with a proposed fee for hosting fitness classes.

Boot camps, yoga groups and joggers all frequent the city's parks, CBS4 reports, but now the city council is considering adopting a permit and fee structure.

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  1. Tragedy of the commons? Who could have seen this coming?!

    1. Beat me to it, but not sure this is a ‘tragedy’ in that the folks aren’t grazing the grass like the livestock did. Well, at least most of them…
      There is an agent charging a fee while using the commons, so there’s an argument for ‘repayment’ to the taxpayers for providing it.

  2. upto I saw the check 4 $9416, I accept …that…my neighbour was like actualy receiving money part-time on-line.. there great aunt had bean doing this for only eleven months and at present paid for the morgage on there house and got Chrysler. read more at, http://www.work25.?om

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