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Food truck owners who live or have their vehicles registered in Cranston are vowing to keep pressuring city officials and the City Council to re-think local ordinances that restrict food trucks near brick and mortar restaurants.
Denton leaders will make good on a pledge to revisit the city’s new food truck ordinance during the City Council’s workshop session today.
ayor Mitch Landrieu has vetoed an ordinance allowing for an expansion of food trucks in the city, telling City Council members that he and his staff have concerns about the legality of the ordinance.
We’re satisfied in the sense that we get to go back to work,. As for how that new location will work out, only time will tell. We’re taking it one step at a time and are grateful.
The measure would require that food trucks and other mobile food vendors move at least 150 feet every two hours. The current requirement is that vendors move every 20 minutes, though it is rarely enforced.
You may have noticed over the past few months a particular sign plastered on street vendor carts across the City.
We should be proud we have wonderful restaurants and food trucks in this city," she said. "These food trucks need to be accessible to everyone. ... We want to go to Company Burger for a hamburger, or we want to go to Dat Dog for a hot dog. And when we pass a taco truck, we're not going to stop for a taco when we want a hamburger
The purpose of having the mobile food unit ordinance is to provide guidelines on where food trucks can park on public and private properties across the city.
Raleigh Planning Commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved new rules for food trucks that will allow them to operate in downtown Raleigh. City Council members could give final approval next week to loosen the regulations.
At the Forney City Council meeting on November 20, 2012, the Council discussed changing a Food Truck Amendment that would make it easier for the trucks to come to Forney.