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Should the city allow the sale of beer and wine or similar drinks at Sun Splash Family Waterpark?

  1. Yes.
  2. Maybe, depending on how the city will regulate consumption.
  3. No.
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Jan-22-19 3:07 PM

NO! NO! and NO! How totally unacceptable of an idea to raise money for repairs to Sun Splash. What about the extra funds that may become available as suggested by the council person from Dist.3? And, it would be suggested that the forthcoming issue regarding Dixie cease. Do not insult our Police Chief and his ability to protect the citizens of our City as a whole. Thanks to those citizens who truly do follow the day-to-day operations of our City.

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Jan-20-19 9:41 AM

Well known fact: The effects of alcohol worsen with sun exposure and heat.

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Jan-19-19 9:54 AM

Agree whole heartedly Law!

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Jan-18-19 2:10 PM

hey after getting wasted at sun splash lets go to the dixie roadhouse and finished the night away......Cape Coma great city to get drunk and shop at Dollar stores...

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Jan-18-19 2:08 PM

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Jan-18-19 9:43 AM

Why is "booze sales" this cities response to everything? Focus on getting some lucrative businesses to open/move to the Cape. The current 8% doesn't cut it. More businesses would mean less of a burden on the tax payers. Currently, everything falls of the backs of the tax payers. Sun Splash is entertainment for children, many under the age of 10 and parents need to be alert to properly care for their children.

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