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Blacksburg, VA: Blacksburg food truck ordinance passes

Residents will now be able to find food trucks in more Blacksburg locations than ever before.

Athens, GA: Despite ordinance, food trucks not biting at opportunity

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.

Knoxville, TN: Third draft of food truck ordinance heading to Knoxville City Council

"We're going to look at office districts and look at adding a threshold to allow the operation only in those districts if the parcels are a certain size,"

Fuquay-Varina, NC: Proposed food truck ban causing a stir in Fuquay-Varina

Fuquay-Varina started allowing food trucks about six months ago, but some have expressed concerns about the competition the mobile trucks bring to restaurants with a permanent address. Those complaints resulted in the suggested ban.

Knoxville, TN: Knoxville residents give feedback on food truck ordinance

The city of Knoxville is hearing from the public on a proposed food truck ordinance.

Annapolis, MD: Legislation would expand food truck access in city

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.

Pensacola, FL: How Hayward is bringing food trucks to downtown

Vendors will be allowed at City Hall three days a week

Omaha, NE: Growing tension between food trucks, restaurants leads to food truck association

Omaha's food truck community is growing. There are now more than 50 registered food trucks in Douglas County. Just down the street from Chicago Dawg House, Peanut Butter Johnny's food truck just opened three weeks ago.

Pensacola, FL: Food Trucks Come To Pensacola City Hall

The debate over allowing food trucks in Pensacola may not be over, but those mobile businesses celebrated a milestone in downtown Pensacola Thursday.