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Wildwood City Council votes to allow ziplines at Hidden Valley

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WILDWOOD, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Monday, the Wildwood City Council voted to allow new ziplines Hidden Valley Ski Resort.

In November, the owner of the resort said this could be their last season because the Wildwood Planning and Zoning Commission rejected their plan to add four zip lines, which would allow them to operate year-round.

Residents in Wildwood complained Hidden Valley’s proposed ziplines were too close to homes.

Earlier this month, Hidden Valley and the Planning and Parks Committee agreed to move the ziplines away from nearby homes. They also agreed to change the days and hours of the resort, which would allow year-round activity limited between 9 a.m. and sunset.

Monday night, the council voted 13-3 to allow four ziplines to be built within certain parameters.

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