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Street vendors aren’t concerned about the City of San Diego’s new regulations –

OCEAN BEACH (KUSI) – From June 22, 2022, street vendors in San Diego are supposed to obtain a “business license” in order to continue operating their business.

For “inland” areas such as Balboa Park and the Gaslamp Quarter, vendors will have a warning period before the city begins to crack down on enforcement.

However, the sellers on the beaches will be a different story.

Beach vendors do not need to relocate until the California Coast Guard approves the new San Diego City Act. So, everything is set up as usual outside on Ocean Beach.

KUSI’s Dan Plante was there live talking to the sellers and virtually everyone told him they already had their license, so the new “regulation” would not affect them.

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