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Some see food trucks as an eye-sore; others view them as a opportunity for community and culture.
Some restaurant owners in the Main Street Market say the food trucks swoop in and steal their customers.
Sacramento Councilman Steve Cohn held a private meeting Wednesday afternoon with restaurant owners to discuss possible changes to the city's current restrictions on mobile food trucks.
Following a massive turnout at Sacramento's first Mobile Food Festival, the Sacramento City Council will hear from food truck advocates who want to make city laws more food truck-friendly.
Food trucks are a hot trend in gourmet food from New York to Los Angeles, but they're banned in downtown Dallas.
Owned by Chris Hodgsen, ‘Dim and Den Sum’ is a food truck that has used Twitter and Facebook to get the word out about its daily location. But the tweets from the business' main account ( @DimAndDenSum ) were of a different tone Thursday night.
Several City Council members say they want to expand a city ordinance that passed last year to allow for more vendors downtown as well as in neighborhoods in other parts of the city, including Cedar-Riverside, the U of M campus and perhaps Uptown.
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