Regulations make it difficult for them to operate
Mix’D Up, an Atlanta-based food truck, participated in an Athens food truck festival last September. Brett Eanes, owner and operator, said they are aware of the recent ordinance in Athens, but believes it should be more organized and reasonably priced.
The council also will likely vote on legislation that would waive residential parking fees in special residential parking districts for public housing and Section 8 housing residents. With five sponsors, the legislation will likely pass.
The debate over allowing food trucks in Pensacola may not be over, but those mobile businesses celebrated a milestone in downtown Pensacola Thursday.
The Adelaide City Council yesterday voted to reduce the number of food truck operators from 40 to 30 and increase licensing fees to $2,500 per year.
El Bandera Jalisco’s owner Rafael Lopez says this property was serving a dual purpose and made for a unique restaurant atmosphere to his customers.
Two aldermen introduced ordinances to restrict food carts in Chicago, less than a day after they were legalized by the City Council.
County wants to ease concerns from brick-and-mortar restaurants about food trucks taking away business
f you’re a ‘foodie’ you may be in for a treat. City Council approved a zoning change that would allow a food truck court and concert venue. The decision did not come without debate.
More the merrier, responds Viva Dagher, operator of Viva La Crepe, one of the new food trucks in Summerside