Mayor Visits Drum Circle, Discusses Vendor Issue

Mayor Visits Drum Circle, Discusses Vendor Issue

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson visited the weekly Liberty Park drum circle.

He discussed proposed vendor restrictions and recruited protesters for today's visit by President George W. Bush.

Anderson was invited to yesterday's gathering by a frequent participant, who said he had heard that vendors would be relegated to another area of the park.

The vendors sell trinkets, jewelry, art work, food and other items.

Anderson said the city is trying to work it out so that people can sell arts, crafts and other items in the park. But he said the vendors can't be everywhere.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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