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A couple requested and was granted a permit to hold their wedding at Camp May last Saturday. The wedding took place. The twist in the story is the fact that the couple decided to spread the word to about a thousand of their Facebook friends in an effort to raise money for a honeymoon.
About 300 people showed up and paid a fee to enter the event Saturday.
Los Alamos Deputy Police Chief Kevin Purtymun said police conducted additional patrols in the Camp May area near the ski hill Saturday night.
“We did not receive any calls for service and we did not make any arrests at the event,” Purtymun said.
Council Chair Sharon Stover said the council at its Tuesday meeting directed staff to review the county’s permitting process to ensure that events are managed properly and don’t grow out of hand.
“We want people to enjoy locations around the county but we also want to make sure safety concerns are addressed,” Stover said.
Acting County Administrator Randy Autio explained that the county is concerned when there is a use of its property for a particular event that takes up the entire property.
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