Salem selectmen look at doing away with taxi licenses
As selectmen have been working through public hearings to update the town codes, they have come across a handful that have gone unenforced for years.
Even if the town were to enforce the code, Hickey said the administration of it would be more costly than the fees brought in from the taxis.
“Any Joe Schmoe can drive around and pick someone up because they might have a magnet on the side of their car,” Petrilli said. “I think we should be very worried about this.”
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