Shawnee & Lenexa

August 6, 2013 5:45 PM

Should cities create laws regulating the popular sport of geocaching?

Parks, neighborhoods in Johnson County have seen a huge increase in geocaching traffic. The practice recently came up at a Leawood City Council meeting. Council members asked their parks and recreation director, Chris Claxton, if they needed to issue a policy or ordinance to regulate the practice.

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