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Latest News for Ragsdale (Unincorporated County Area), GA

Code Enforcement to crack down on ASU Homecoming vendors
WFXL.com Albany, GA
October 20, 2014

At this year's ASU Homecoming parade, code enforcement officers say they'll be on the lookout even more for illegal vendors.

They say no one is allowed to sell clothes, food or merchandise of any kind along the right of way, unless they own a business on the right of way with a valid business license, and they're selling on that business's private property. Code Enforcement Officer Anthony Donaldson says this is normal practice, but this year, their focusing on it even more.

"Over the past few years, it's escalated, and now it's becoming a safety issue with the local police department as well as the patrons who come to enjoy the parade," he said.

He adds that, even if you do not have an established business on the right of way, you can operate a stand during the...  Read More