Kid works for his spending money by opening a lemonade stand. Neighbor has a problem with that and repeatedly complains to town officials and the police. In a surprising 180-degree from what we’ve come to expect in most municipalities these days, the town tells the complainer to go pound sand:
“We’re not in the business of trying to regulate kids like that; nor do we want to do any code enforcement like that,” said Dunedin planning and development director Greg Rice. “We are not out there trying to put lemonade stands out of business.”
Good for them. I’ll bet that’s a pretty nice town to live in.
4 Responses to “Dunedin, FL: One Town Shows Common Sense About a Lemonade Stand”
Leave a Reply
(Be sure to answer the anti-spam question!)