Roswell council seeks to require licenses for mobi...
by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com
04:12 PM, Wednesday, September 17
The city of Roswell may soon allow mobile retailers to sell their goods on the streets – just as long as they are also willing to pay a licensing fee. Last week, the city council approved the first reading of an amendment to the Roswell code of or...

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