Editorial: Officials' public nuisance ordinance much needed

Daily Journal

There are many advantages to living next door to Indianapolis, but one of the disadvantages is that the big city’s problems sometimes migrate south.

For example, large parties where gang members gather were frequent in Indy until city officials and police starting cracking down on them. Now those headaches are afflicting neighboring counties.

But Johnson County is taking a pre-emptive approach to clamp down on this activity before it becomes an even more serious problem.

The county wants to adopt new rules aimed at shutting down large parties after multiple shots were fired during an event at a Center Grove area golf course this month.

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