The city of Bonita Springs is considering adopting a yard sale-oriented ordinance to help cut down on the amount of illegal businesses operating from people's homes and to help clean up the city's rights of way, where yard sale signs can sit for weeks. The ordinance would require all yard sales to be permitted. Debbie Atrozskin, right, completing a sale to Max and Letitia Magwitz at her Saturday morning yard sale, says, 'Actually, I think the permit is a great idea.'

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The city of Bonita Springs is considering adopting a yard sale-oriented ordinance to help cut down on the amount of illegal businesses operating from people's homes and to help clean up the city's rights of way, where yard sale signs can sit for weeks. The ordinance would require all yard sales to be permitted. Debbie Atrozskin, right, completing a sale to Max and Letitia Magwitz at her Saturday morning yard sale, says, "Actually, I think the permit is a great idea."

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