"We've worked too hard to build the quality of life in
Peduto was not available to elaborate, spokesman
"We have to look at all that this week," McNulty said.
The city will pay several workers about
Gable said the aftermath appeared less overwhelming than the mess that concertgoers left after a
"We like to think everybody's getting a little better each year," Gable said. He praised
Visitors received trash and recycling bags, and officials placed 120 portable toilets along the sidewalks -- up from 80 for the Chesney show.
McNulty said he wasn't sure if Peduto talked with venue managers or other groups involved in accommodating Bryan, whose evening concert drew about 50,000 people. A manager for
Police reported making at least 18 arrests and writing 37 citations in and around the stadium. The figures do not include several arrests in the area that might not have been related to the concert, police spokeswoman
She said many of those stopped by police list addresses outside
Initial statistics appeared to lag the problems that police reported after the Chesney concert. Officers arrested or cited 73 people -- and paramedics treated 150 -- at and around that show.
Emergency responders answered 100 medical calls for the Bryan concert and took 34 people to hospitals. Officers reported 15 fights.
Arrests included three for defiant trespassing; two for assault; and one for resisting arrest. At least four involved public intoxication.
Police handed out 20 citations for scalping, 10 for public urination, six for disorderly conduct and one for public intoxication, according to the preliminary numbers.
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