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This is a great way to tax the thirsty!

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In Charleston County, South Carolina, the parks department makes about $4,000 for each Yappy Hour in the summer, which involves dogs, bands, and wine and beer. That kind of creative thinking has helped more than double the parks budget to $48 million in the last 10 years without raising taxes, said Tom O'Rourke, executive director of the county's Park and Recreation Commission.
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