New Fayetteville Law Would Extend Vendors’ Stay
Posted: October 13, 2013 at 5 a.m.
A city ordinance up for review Monday could make it easier for mobile vendors to stay open longer in one spot.
At A Glance
Fayetteville planning commissioners on these dates approved nine requests for a variance to the city ordinance limiting mobile vendors to 90 days in one location.
• Jan. 14: Nomad’s Natural Plate, 205 W. Dickson St
• Feb. 25: Shave the Planet, 3078 N. College Ave.
• May 13: Now and Then Boutique, 617 N. College Ave.
• May 28: Pigmint Floral and Event Design, 617 N. College Ave.
• June 24: Frickin Chicken, 3078 N. College Ave.
• July 8: Sam’s Snow Cones, 2630 E. Citizens Drive
• Aug. 12: Tropical Sno, 3075 N. College Ave.
• Aug. 12: Tropical Sno, 464 E. Joyce Blvd.
• Aug. 12: Lo’s Sweet Treats and Other Eats, 617 N. College Ave.
Source: City Of Fayetteville
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