Tag: commercial areas

Woodstock, IL: Plan Commission Recommends Mobile Kitchens

Bucking the city administration’s recommendation, the Plan Commission approved a measure that could allow mobile kitchens in the city of Woodstock.

Chapel Hill, NC: Town to Hold Food Truck Meeting

Town of Chapel Hill will hold a public information meeting Monday for food truck vendors

South Pasadena, CA: Follow-Up – City Addresses Food Truck Ordinance

Some see food trucks as an eye-sore; others view them as a opportunity for community and culture.

Food Trucks: Serving Up Jobs

Last spring, when Clover began serving its vegetarian fare on the Greenway, the company consisted of one truck and a half-dozen or so employees.

DC: Food Trucks May Lose Their Sales Tax Exemption

D.C. Council member Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) plans to introduce legislation Tuesday, March 15, that would end the sales tax exemption for food trucks, requiring them to pay the same 10 percent tax as restaurants and other prepared food sellers.

Food Trucks Stage a Voter Outreach Event in Support of Stephen Box

“A BOX Lunch,” this Sunday, February 20, 2011 in order to “Get-out-the-vote” on the usually under-attended municipal elections, and to show national solidarity for a candidate that has the potential to improve the City’s relationship with Gourmet Food Trucks.

DC: Hurray for the DCMFVA!

I had the pleasure of witnessing the DC Mobile Food Vendors’ Association elect its board. A few members of DCMFVA reached out to me in December asking for regulatory advice.

Food Trucks: A Sustainable & Viable Business Strategy?

Food trucks could become the next big thing in sustainable restaurants and food delivery with an effective economic model to boot. Food trucks can go where restaurants cannot and become a community hub.