Panhandling proposal faces changes

A proposed ordinance that would put severe limits on panhandling downtown is expected to be sidelined before the City-County Council can vote on it Monday night. Ordinance sponsor Jeff Miller said he will ask the council to send the proposal back to committee to rewrite a portion that deals with street performers. The proposal has received negative feedback and protests because it includes street performers, Miller said. A rewritten proposal could return for a council vote in January.

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