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Cayuga County Legislature hits pause on secondhand dealer law

The Cayuga County Legislature chose not to vote Tuesday evening on a proposed local law that would regulate secondhand dealers. After a presentation by the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office and testimony at the public hearing, legislators agreed to take the law back to the Government Operations and Judicial and Public Safety Committees to address some remaining concerns.

The law will require most secondhand dealers to register for a county license, which involves background checks and fingerprinting. Dealers will be responsible for cataloguing their merchandise including who items were bought from, how much they paid, and the date, time and place of acquisition.

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