Less is more when it comes to regulating the food trucks.
by Marin Independent Journal Editorial THE FOOD TRUCKS that are selling to-go meals to departing ferry riders at the Larkspur terminal might prove...
They have set their sights on the food trucks, whose presence and business make what they call "a mockery" of the school's wellness programs.
Although the trucks — or “mobile food units,” as they are more officially known — are not banned outright in Chapel Hill, regulations are currently so confusing and prohibitive that they often act as an effective ban.
Food Truck Fridays is a victim of its own success. The city of Napa looked like it was playing fun police last week when announcing that the popular monthly event near Oxbow Public Market was being shut down until it could acquire the necessary use permits.
On Feb. 19, Fulton County health officials tapped the brakes on Poncey-Highland's growing reputation as a hot spot for street food after they shut down two popular vendors over permitting issues.