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Without a hint of conversation or controversy, the Anderson County Fiscal Court handed over business license collection and enforcement to the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office during its meeting last Tuesday night.
The licenses have been a sore spot for magistrates for years, particularly on how to fairly enforce the requirement that businesses pay an annual fee.
They were formerly collected by the county clerk’s office, which had no enforcement powers. That power was assigned to the county’s code enforcement office.
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