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(In response to Ryan McCullough’s Nov. 7 article, “City code amendment affect party enforcement.”)


I agree with them changing this code to include the gathering of minors who are consuming alcohol. A lot of the time that is where the problems start. Especially in Tempe where ASU is, I think this will cut back on a lot of issues.


Michelle Stevens reader


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