15-month-old Andrew Riek of Raleigh, front right, leads the charge up the hill with his mother, Maranda, directly behind in black, as Fit4Mom Stroller Strides wraps up a class in the N.C. Museum of Art’s park. A proposed city policy would require businesses to pay a fee if they hold activities in city parks.
15-month-old Andrew Riek of Raleigh, front right, leads the charge up the hill with his mother, Maranda, directly behind in black, as Fit4Mom Stroller Strides wraps up a class in the N.C. Museum of Art’s park. A proposed city policy would require businesses to pay a fee if they hold activities in city parks. clowenst@newsobserver.com
15-month-old Andrew Riek of Raleigh, front right, leads the charge up the hill with his mother, Maranda, directly behind in black, as Fit4Mom Stroller Strides wraps up a class in the N.C. Museum of Art’s park. A proposed city policy would require businesses to pay a fee if they hold activities in city parks. clowenst@newsobserver.com

$150 fee considered for commercial activities in Raleigh parks

July 03, 2014 02:49 PM

UPDATED July 03, 2014 02:50 PM

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