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Fayetteville, North Carolina / Young Entrepreneur #846629

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 10, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Fayetteville, North Carolina: Martin Savidge) 10-year-old Savanna Nelson††’s fight against a Fayetteville, North Carolina, city ordinance barring her from her business of delivering food to downtown shop owners via her scooter featured; scenes shown of Savanna scootering and presenting her case at city hall. [NELSON – recounts her reaction to being told she couldn’t ride her scooter any more; says she thinks they might change the ordinance.] [Shop manager Christy VANLARE†- comments on Savanna.] [Fayetteville city attorney Karen McDONALD†- says the ordinance prohibits skateboarding, roller skates, etcetera on the sidewalks.]

Williams, Brian;
Savidge, Martin

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