Monday, June 21, 2010

Outdoor Fitness Business Pursues Permit From City

“For 10 years, Lisa Druxman has been on a mission — to cost herself money. The San Marcos mother has been running a stroller fitness business, but she’s had to do it without a city permit. On Wednesday, in part because of her persistence, the San Diego City Council budget committee will consider offering a permit for outdoor fitness businesses to use city parks. The cost would be $93 per quarter, and Druxman said she would be happy to pay it for the legitimacy it will bring her business. Druxman’s business, Stroller Strides, meets mainly in regional parks such as Balboa, Mission Bay and La Jolla Shores for stroller-incorporated aerobics.”

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