A California girl had her lemonade stand shut down, so she took her complaint to the steps of city hall.
Seven year old Daniela Earnest says she got into the lemonade business because she wanted to help her family pay for a trip to Disneyland. But, the city shut her down saying her stand was operating near a very dangerous intersection and without a permit. “Well, we were selling lemonade and a code enforcement person came and shut us down,” says Daniela. The Tulare mayor Craig Vejvoda says, “She was on a very busy intersection. Has no curb and gutter. Like I say, it was one of the most dangerous intersections in our community. It just was not a safe place to be.”
Councilmembers were moved by Daniela’s remarks. They promised the city would try to work something out so Daniela could keep selling lemonade somewhere. And after seeing her story in the paper, a local radio station gave the family 4 2-day passes to Disneyland. But, that was in exchange for 30 glasses of lemonade.
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