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New mobile business restrictions shot down

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By Charlie VanLeuven

Liberty City Councilman Doug Johnson’s proposal to regulate mobile businesses in the City of Liberty failed to find any support in a Liberty City Council meeting Nov. 22.

Johnson said it was the council’s duty to protect established businesses from “fly by night” mobile vendors who could set up next to them and sell similar products for less. Councilman Andy Lawhorn wondered whether it was a solution looking for a problem.

Ultimately, Johnson’s motion to pass a first reading of a proposed ordinance died for a lack of a second.


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