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Hartselle Enquirer

So you're thinking of having a yard sale?

By Staff
Make sure to follow city ordinances
Leada DeVaney, Hartselle Enquirer
Spring in Hartselle means three things: flowers, pollen and yard sales.
And while the first two are a mixed bag, the third is a positive thing for many people, including the city of Hartselle. However, the city does have rules regarding yard sales.
The city requires those wanting to have a yard sale to purchase a $5 permit. The permit can be purchased at city hall during regular business hours.
In 2003, yard sale permits brought in more than $3,290.
City ordinances prohibit anyone holding a yard or garage sale for more than three consecutive days. The ordinance also prohibits anyone from holding two sales at the same location in the same calendar year.
Other regulations covering yard sales include:

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