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Florida Community Wants to Ban Home Repair Shops

Residents in Deltona, FL, want the city to ban automotive repair shops that are being run out of houses in residential areas. According to a report on a local TV station, there are dozens of these unlicensed repair shops. If the ban passes, people would still be allowed to work on cars in their driveways, but the work must be completed in two days.

Residents in Deltona, FL, want the city to ban automotive repair shops that are being run out of houses in residential areas. According to a report on a local TV station, there are dozens of these unlicensed repair shops. If the ban passes, people would still be allowed to work on cars in their driveways, but the work must be completed in two days.

Below is the article as it appeared on the WFTV-TV Channel 9 website.

City Wants To Ban Home Car Repair Shops

May 16, 2011

DELTONA, Fla. — Some people in Deltona are upset because their neighbors are running car repair shops out of their houses. There have been so many complaints that the city now wants to ban those businesses.

If the ban passes, officials want to start enforcing it soon. By next month, code enforcement could be enforcing the ban at homes where you can see the all the cars parked in the front.

In the city of Deltona, there are dozens of suspected unlicensed auto repair shops.

Now, city leaders are trying to put an end to them by creating an ordinance that would ban such operations.

To read the entire article on the WFTV-TV Channel 9 website, visit http://www.wftv.com/news/27914646/detail.html.

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