Anyone who does business in San Miguel County’s unincorporated areas must get a county business license. And there are no exceptions, officials said this week.
Alex Tafoya, the county’s planning and zoning supervisor, told the County Commission about the county’s business license rules and noted that they include businesses such as real estate agencies. While such businesses may base their operations in Las Vegas, they conduct business in the county’s rural areas, he said.
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