Hagerstown to review peddler permit ordinance
The Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday agreed to review a city ordinance that governs the issuance of peddler permits.
Councilman Lewis C. Metzner said the council should consider increasing the amount of money that peddlers have to pay for door-to-door permits. The fee currently ranges from $50 to $125, city documents show.
Metzner also questioned whether the city charges too much - or a minimum of $1,000 - for a temporary peddler's permit.
Hagerstown to consider ways to become more environmentally friendly
The City of Hagerstown will consider ways to make the city a more environmentally friendly place in which to live and visit.