110830 Atlanta : Stanley Hambrick arranges shirts at his street vendor on Hank Aaron Blvd near Turner Field before the Atlanta Braves home game against the Washington Nationals on Tuesday, August 30, 2011. Larry Miller and Stanley Hambrick have been vending outside Turner Field for 30-plus years and are suing the city because Atlanta wants to put them inside four-by-nine foot metal kiosks. The two, they are rivals but also friends, currently vend hats, shirts, foam tomahawks and peanuts in 10-by-10 tents. Hyosub Shin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlanta’s vendors need to get back to work, today’s columnists write. A former vending review board leader outlines the city’s vending history, saying the City Council should not let Mayor Kasim Reed dictate vendor rules. A city councilman remembers his own experiences while defending the council’s role and his temporary program that could return vendors to selling their wares outside Turner Field.
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