Posted Tuesday, May 1, 2012 9:36 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Merlin Entertainments Group, the corporate owner of the Legoland Florida theme park, has applied to Polk County for an exemption from a county code banning sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages within 1,000 feet of a school or church. At least two churches are inside that radius from the park's boundaries, according to Merlin's application packet.
Read more from The Ledger.
From the comments:
"I think they're really giving a conflicted message: ‘It's a family park, but we're going to allow alcohol.' What kind of environment do you want to promote?"
SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!!!
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