New ice arena rules could cost city
Sometimes, the actions -- or, inactions -- of a few can have a huge effect on the many.
That seems to be the case with air quality control issues at ice arenas around the state. A couple months back, an ice skater became ill from breathing carbon monoxide generated by an ice resurfacer. Now, several state legislators are calling for new controls that local parks and recreation director Randy Distad expects to come without state funding to help pay for them.