When someone tells you that your kids can't do something... how do you react? What if you think it's unfair?
That happened to a local group of parents and their decision got the attention of the people at Parks and Recreation.
"The anger really was for the fact of it being that this is the park. This is where people take their kids," said parent Melody Michelucci.
She's talking about how she felt when she saw a sign that didn't let her kids ride their bikes outside and around the ballpark.
"There was no notice given or no reason as to why at first," said Michelucci.
She and other parents are part of a group who call themselves 'the ball park parents.' They spend time down at the park for adult softball games and bring their kids along too.
"It had me upset. It's kinda hard to tell a three-year-old that he can't take his bicycle or scooter or anything to the ballpark anymore. A three-year-old doesn't understand that he can't ride anymore," said parent Brian Williams.
These parents demanded a reason and Williams emailed Warren County Parks and Recreation.
"Within about a week we saw the signs changed to no riding in the concession stand and bleacher area, but the bikes were allowed down here," said Williams.
They're fine with the new rules and glad they spoke up.
"Majority of them still have training wheels on their bikes and it's a good flat area where you can learn to ride and your parents are down here... it's just the ballpark experience," said Williams.
"They ride their bikes, they play ball... they run, the play football, they play tag... they love coming down here," said Michelucci.
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