The battle over Ordinance 22-6

Artists in the plaza
“It is unlawful for any person to sell or offer for sale, compensation or donation, or rent or offer for rent, goods, wares, merchandise, food stuffs, refreshments, or other kinds of property or services upon the streets, alleys, sidewalks, parks and other public places within historic preservation zoning districts HP-2 and HP-3.”

The City of St. Augustine has been embattled with the community of artists and “buskers” over what artists contend are their First Amendment rights to perform, display and sell their work on the city streets and in the historic Plaza de la Constitución.

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