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Napa, CA: City Council Wants Tougher Food Truck Regulations

Krider expressed concern that trucks could become a blight on the city.

Food Truck Owners Look to Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill could soon see food trucks within town limits.

City Takes One Giant Green Step – NO STYROFOAM!

The county's ordinance prohibits all food vendors from dispensing prepared food in polystyrene containers.

Jackson, Miss: Food Fight? Eateries Want Say

"As a restaurateur ... the idea of having a mobile food service entity move at will to sell food at peak times and take business from the very neighborhoods we've worked and built up - that's a concern," said Sal & Mookie's owner Jeff Good
Lisa Batto, ACE | President/CEO Lisa was named President/CEO in November 2009. She has been a part of the Chamber Staff since 2003. She has been the Chamber's Marketing Specialist, Director of Marketing and in 2006 she took on the role of Executive Vice President.

Napa, CA: Chamber Asks for Tougher Look at Food Truck Ordinance

The chamber is asking that stakeholders group of made up of food truck owners, restaurant owners, residents and others be formed to write a draft ordinance for city consideration. It is offering to work with the city in forming or running the group, Lisa Batto, chamber CEO, said.

The Battle for Chicago Food Trucks

Chicago remains the last major U.S. city to get on board with the food-truck trend, due largely to a city ordinance that states operators can serve but not prepare food on the streets.

Miami-Dade Zoning Says – Food Trucks Can’t Roll, New Law Coming!

The trucks cannot legally roll down the street and serve up lunch at a busy corner, says Hilda Castillo, a spokesperson at the Miami-Dade County Department of Planning and Zoning.

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