I visited Chappaqua a few years ago, and I can understand why the kids chose to sell in the park, not on some sidewalk near their homes, the way my friends and I did. My friends and I were able to set up "lemon aid stands," and enough people walked buy and bought some to make us feel "rich."
Chappaqua isn't a sidewalk type of place. I didn't see any when visiting my relatives. Actually, nobody just walks by the homes, unless they are adults hiking with dogs. A short walk generally keeps people on their own property, so for these ambititious young men wanted to sell they had to go to the buying public, which they obviously did.
"However, the next week, New Castle, NY Councilman Michael Wolfensohn came upon the sale and called the cops on the kids for operating without a license."I guess New Castle, NY Councilman Michael Wolfensohn doesn't plan on being re-elected.