Teens in Gardendale, Alabama, are in for a rude awakening this summer when it comes to cutting grass. According to the city's ordinance, you must have a business license.
Teenagers have been threatened by officials and other lawn services to show their city-issued license before cutting a person's lawn for extra summer cash.
Cutting grass is often one of the first jobs many have in the summer. But a business license in Gardendale costs $110. And for a job, just for a couple of months, that can be a bit extreme.
"I have never heard of a child cutting grass had to have a business license," said Elton Campbell.
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