ENM considers changes to outdoor event permit

Patrick Fisher, Staff Writer

The Elko New Market City Council began discussion at its Thursday, June 10, meeting on a possible change of an outdoor event permit.

Rob Ripley, owner of Bullseye's Saloon along Main Street in Elko, asked the council to consider changing the ordinance.

Among a list of proposals he had was that an establishment have four solid walls surrounding the event to contain noise. Ripley noted a reason for changing the ordinance was financial. He thought a seasonal outdoor permit, similar to what Elko Speedway has, could apply to other businesses.

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