Clifton Park Allowing Fitness Businesses to Operate on Public Property

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Clifton Park's town board moves to allow businesses that specialize in exercise to be able to operate on outdoor public property. Businesses located in the town that qualify must receive a permit through the normal process. Town Supervisor Phil Barrett says that the current economic climate has affected most businesses.

“The Town Board is taking this step to assist local business owners, their employees and residents of Clifton Park with an outlet to engage in fun and important activities,” said Town Supervisor Phil Barrett. “The classes will be conducted in an outdoor park area in a safe manner.”

The permit is free for classes of less than 20 people. Classes of 20 or more will continue to pay a nominal permit fee and are limited to fifty attendees under state guidelines.

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