McLean authorizes events with more of 50 participants in Boise in good health

McLean authorizes events with more of 50 participants in Boise in good health

Boise Mayor Lauren McLean is easing the city’s restrictions on events, as long as security plans are in place.

On Tuesday, McLean announced a new public health order with a new process for individuals or groups to organize events with more of 50 people. To be approved, the event organizer will need to submit a health and safety plan to Central District Health. The health district is working on the development of a special form on its site Web, which is expected to go live later this week.

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If the plan is recommended for approval by CHD, the event may continue as long as the City of Boise has approved any other permits required for alcohol compliance, security or emergency services. Events with more more than 50 participants without an approval recommended by the HRC will be in violation of the health of the city…

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