PERMITS FOR VENDORS
Street vendors who try to sell anything without a peddler's permit are going to be in trouble.
Some street vendors claimed Saturday afternoon that they knew nothing about permits or licenses to sell.
But, now if a code enforcement Officer approaches one and they find that the vendor does not have a peddler's permit, they are in for a lesson and warning.
Johnathan Benson who has been selling tickets for a while now, was caught by code enforcement a week ago.
"Code enforcement has been out here enforcing the ticket scalping, the vendors laws. I got stopped by one of them and they talked to me and they told me I needed a license they gave me a warning the first time." For more on this story please see video:
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