Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Free Concert Comes With Rules
Some rules and regulations are being applied to The Band Perry Free Concert Saturday in Greeneville. Vendors who wish to sell items outside the closed area of downtown Greeneville at N. Main St. must contact town Hall to obtain a peddler's permit. Close area includes Main Street from Summer to Spencer Street and on parts of Church and Depot streets. Commercial vendors must obtain a permit at the recorder's office for $5 and $1000 surety bond. Applications will be reviewed by the Chief of Police. Contact town hall in Greeneville for more information.

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