That Holland Michigan kid, Nathan Duzynski is still fighting the uphill battle to run a hotdog stand in his over-regulated, government strangled region. Others are lending him a hand to keep him afloat, with one businessman purchasing the stand, but allowing Nathan to run it at no cost.
Nathan and his parents are now homeless, and have spent time at a homeless shelter in Holland.
For each Private event that Nathan books to serve hotdogs a new health department permit is required. The last one cost 200 bucks, and Nathan barely broke even on his sales.
The heavy hand of government is keeping this family “in its place”.
Thirteen year old Nathan Duszynski of Holland, Michigan saved up his lawn mowing money and bought a hot dog stand in order to bring in some income for his family. Both of his parents are disabled.
At the City Hall of Holland, Michigan Nathan and his parents were told that it would be fine to open up a hot dog stand, and no licenses were required. But on the first day of business for Nathan, the zoning office came down on him, and shut him down.
The hotdog stand is now up for sale, and one more American, small-business dream is squashed by big government.