by Jane Briggs-Bunting
Savannah’s acting city manager found a loophole in the city’s ordinance banning local Girl Scouts from selling their cookies in front of founder Juliette Gordon Low’s historic home.
The loophole is another city ordinance that allows the city manager to permit sidewalk sales at city residences.
Common sense did prevail. Local Girl Scouts will be at their tables selling cookies at busy Oglethorpe and Bull Streets this weekend. The Girl Scouts still have to pony up to their civic responsibilities as part of the deal as noted in the letter from the city manager.
Kudos to acting city manager Rochelle Small-Toney.