As reported earlier this week, 13-year-old entrepreneur Nathan Duszynski is now free to sell hot dogs in downtown.

Though the city shut down his business in July just minutes after it opened, the Holland City Council voted Aug. 15 to extend him a special permit to operate through the end of October. In the video below, Nathan and Ken Vos, the sporting goods store owner who originally helped Nathan start his business, reflect on Nathan’s new opportunity.

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