[FAC NOTE: This is actually a really good policy. Why would ANYONE not having a valid reason to be on a playground, school or daycare have a reason to be there?]

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — In an effort to increase safety in Palm Beach County, commissioners unanimously approved an amended change to the county’s parks and recreation ordinance.

Officials said the revision will strengthen provisions related to children’s safety on playgrounds at county parks.

Palm Beach County Mayor Robert Weinroth announced this week that the new regulation prohibits adults 18 years or older from entering or remaining in a designated children’s play area unless the adult is supervising and/or accompanying children that are 12 years old or younger.

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