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Urban Hunt Hearing Set Wednesday Oct 23 at 1 p.m..
The parade rules stem from an incident during the Fire Safety event in which a near accident occurred stemming from candy tossing. Some later units in the parade were immediately told not to toss candy.
Ball hinted that one proposed modification will be to have candy tossed to the sidewalk by participants just off curbs. This would ensure that viewers did not run into the street to grab candy.