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Sidewalk vendor law taking effect
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Sidewalk vendor law taking effect

State mandated sidewalk vending regulations enacted in San Jacinto Photo by Jacob DoaneA sidewalk vendor named “DogODog” sets up shop outside of a San Jacinto City Council meeting. ■ Jacob Doane / Contributed SB 946, the law passed in 2018, protects the activity of street vendors in the state and allows them to sell on the streets. However, under this new law local government has the authority to hold these vendors to standards of health, safety, and public wellbeing. On Jan. 1 this law came into effect. This bill had previously been proposed as an option to the San Jacinto City Council, but was declined. However, with the State ordinance issued,

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