That's one of the pieces we've been talking to folks about. Anybody selling food would need to meet public health department regulations.
In mid-August, food truck operators and health department representatives met for the second time in the wake of WAVE 3 Troubleshooter (pew pew) Eric Flack's reports about possible health-code concerns involving food trucks.
Kinnerson is already well-known for his food. He currently runs a food truck that serves businesses and locations from Carencro to Washington and as far west as Eunice, but now he will have a permanent location.
The proprietor of the big blue Ottawa Streat Gourmet truck, which sets up most weekdays at Queen and O’Connor streets, had been parking in his Mooney’s Bay driveway, though the truck is bigger than the city’s rules say a vehicle can be if it’s stored on a residential property.
Chef and new food-truck operator Ben Baird is looking for a new place to park his truck now that he’s been told to have it out of the driveway of his house by July 5.
All owners will now have to (be) licensed by their hometown's police department and will also have to go through CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) and SORI (Sex Offender Record Information) checks. They also will have to be fingerprinted
St. Charles Parks and Recreation will host four events in 2013.
“People appreciate the local food movement.”
I wanted relationships with customers.