At it's meeting tonight, the council is looking at a new city ordinance that changes some of the regulations of the popular booths that pop up around the fourth of July.
One change would be that there would no longer be camping allowed in or around the booth, including vehicles, trailers and tents.
Another change would be that all signage and advertisement must be attached to the walls of the booths, not the roof, and any kind of portable signage or attention grabber would be outlawed.
Then there's the section of the ordinance that is getting the most attention. This section would only allowed 20 permits for the popular fundraising booths per year, with 15 of those being given to organizations that have been grandfathered into the program.
The remaining five would be handed out on a lottery basis.