KNOXVILLE, Tenn (WVLT) --- You've seen them, tables or blankets on the ground, that old wooden rocking horse resting up against a box of VHS tapes.
They are road side flea markets and they are popping up all over the place.
But new enforcement old idea could change all of that.
The Knox County Commission is mulling a plan to enforce an old law and require the owners of those trunk junk shops to get a business license.
Commissioner Larry Smith introduced the plan after getting complaints from people across the county that the "shops" were becoming an eyesore.
The Commission will vote on the proposal on Monday the 22nd.
A county business license costs $15.