LAS VEGAS – The Clark County Commission passed an ordinance to ban street vendors from the Las Vegas Strip, while the path to a license is still months away.
The new ordinance states violators could face a misdemeanour, a fine of up to $500 or up to six months of jail time.
The new ordinance takes effect by October 17. Cities and counties must create a path for a license by July 2024.
Make the Road Nevada is working with street vendors to inform them of the changes and to brainstorm what they want in the path for a license.
The advocacy group is concerned about restrictive parameters and wants to create a system that allows vendors to pass the permitting process quickly.
Credits: Fox 5 Vegas
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