• Future uncertain for Winter Park holiday tradition

    By: Kevin Williams

    Updated:

    WINTER PARK, Fla. - The city of Winter Park could discontinue an annual holiday tradition.

    The "Winter in the Park" ice skating rink first opened during the holidays a decade ago in Central Park West Meadow. But commissioners say there has been a reduction in attendance.

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    The city may look at other options beside that rink or try to make it a better experience.

    Commissioners wanted to hear from the more city staff and the public before making any decisions. The city hopes to decide before July.

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    It's not clear what could replace the rink.

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