HOLLAND, Mich. (AP) — A 13-year-old boy whose hot dog cart was shut down by officials in a southwestern Michigan city because of zoning rules is getting the chance to reopen.

The Holland Sentinel and MLive.com report the Holland City Council on Wednesday approved a plan for Nathan Duszynski to run the cart under a temporary permit. The boy would have to use a location a few feet from his original spot where he tried to sell hot dogs July 17 before being stopped.

Nathan says he plans to try to start selling hot dogs there next week.

He'll be able to operate the stand on the sidewalk through the end of October. The city also is looking at the possibility of changing zoning rules related to mobile food vendors.