Three months ago, he put up flags for country, state and every branch of the military, but code enforcement officials say they violate a local ordinance
A McDonough business owner may just be vindicated after city officials fined him for flying patriotic flags above his restaurant.
A McDonough business owner tells FOX 5 he was just trying to show his patriotic spirit and give thanks to the military, but the city told him to take his flags down. A code enforcement officer cited CJ's Hot Dogs on Friday, but Saturday, McDonough City Administrator Frederick Gardiner told him that city law is not clear in the matter.
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