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Letters: Sales block access to vehicle

Sales block access to vehicle I was very surprised to read in the article in the Enterprise July 12 where it stated that residents at 304 Huntsinger Ave have been "giving away and sometimes selling clothing and household items" and now have been ...

Sales block

access to vehicle

I was very surprised to read in the article in the Enterprise July 12 where it stated that residents at 304 Huntsinger Ave have been "giving away and sometimes selling clothing and household items" and now have been charged with violating the city ordinance allowing dwellings to have only two sales a year. I have been to this particular location and the previous location where Vicki Cheney and Sharon Pohl lived and had their garage sales and I have not once seen anything that was being given away.

All items were well priced and being sold. In fact, it was quite apparent that the items on these sales were obtained or purchased for the sole purpose of making a profit. The items are obviously not something they used and no longer needed, as the majority of them were baby clothes and furniture.

Several years ago, these people had a business on Main Street that sold used baby items. Following the closure of that business, they "set up shop" on Main Street during Crazy Days and sold clothing. They are doing the same thing now only out of their home.

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No one would probably even care or complain if it wasn't for the fact that it is impeding traffic and people's ability to even access their own vehicle.

I know that if my driveway was being blocked time and again, I would definitely take whatever action was needed to stop it from happening, as I am sure most people would.

Toli Eischens

Park Rapids

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