The county does feel that it is ok for the owners of the high priced homes outside of Congressional to charge golf fans to park on their front lawns, however, and issued permits to many of the homeowners.
Montgomery County officials were apparently trying to send the message that kids with cancer need to be better versed in business.
Jennifer Hughes, the director of permitting for the county, admitted that it's a technicality that the children have to have a vedors license to sell lemonade and that inspectors generally do not go looking for them.
"This one was unusually large," she said.
Well, that makes perfect sense then.
You don't want people blowing all their money on lemonade and supporting cancer research when they could be over paying for parking and still have to pay the high prices for concessions inside Congressional.
These kids with cancer and their fundraising friends are an economic drain and must be stopped.
In future news, all the Montgomery County official's children have cancer.
Update: Montgomery County officials have allowed the children to reopen their lemonade stand provided they move it to another loaction. They have also waived the $500 fine.