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tonight mexico beach city councilmem bers revisited an ordinance that could change the way beach vendors conduct business. it's an ordinance they've discussed for months since passing the 'leave no trace rule. as news 13's keneisha deas tells us, some business owners say the ordinance could hurt their business.

' on tuesday night... mexico beach city council members were deciding whether to keep or eliminate a section of beach vending ordinance 688. section seven gives a limited exception to 'leave no trace' for holders of a beach vending permit. hector vazquez says if council members elminate the section, it could end his business. &lt;hector vazquez, crazy waverunners &amp; parasail beach vendor "they want me to remove the stuff from the beach every night and it's impossible to do it. it can be done, but it takes a lot of hours and a lot of manpower to do it. however, a few of the councilmem bers believe it creates a problem for the beach a future vendors. linda albrecht, city of mexico beach councilmember "i do not like the idea of putting things up against the dunes. i think we're asking for trouble there because what's the dune-line to you and the dune line to me could be two different things."" jerry wallace city of mexico beach councilmember "this is something we need to make available to other businesses as well, and reason and we can do that for the permits we give them." while the majority of the council says why section seven should be eliminated from the ordinance, mayor al cathey disagreed. al cathey, city of mexico beach mayor "i'm not looking to govern someone out of a business. that's not why i came, that's not why i'm sitting here." in mexico beach, keneisha deas - news 13.> mexico beach city council members have decided to table the first reading of the ordinance for the next regular meeting.

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