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Bell City Council Overrules Planners, Decides to Permit Dancing in Public

July 13, 1986

BELL — The Bell City Council, overruling the Planning Commission's recommendation, Monday agreed to amend the municipal code to allow public dancing in the city under certain conditions.

A survey of surrounding cities shows that Bell is the only city that places a prohibition of any kind on public dancing. Some of the conditions being considered would be to require a conditional use permit, to put limits on the size of a dance area and the hours that dancing is allowed, as well as requiring a minimum of two uniformed security guards.

The city code now allows certain dances sponsored by schools and organizations that are not open to the public.

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