Leaders in Telluride plan to adopt rules against aggressive panhandling after making some changes sought the American Civil Liberties Union.
Town councilors are scheduled to adopt the revised ordinance during their meeting Tuesday.
Mayor Stu Fraser says the council agreed to stick with four provisions not objected to by the ACLU, such as making it illegal for people soliciting donations to touch or grab someone or block their path. They scrapped rules the ACLU said would unfairly limit the right of people, including street musicians, to peacefully solicit donations.
Last month, Fort Collins also agreed to make similar changes to its panhandling law after the ACLU challenged it in federal court.