City officials have begun shopping around a proposal to set new rules for New Haven’s booming food-truck industry — including jacking up annual permit fees from $200 to $5,100.
The Adelaide City Council yesterday voted to reduce the number of food truck operators from 40 to 30 and increase licensing fees to $2,500 per year.
THE number of food trucks in the CBD could be slashed and fees for operators increased under the latest plan for the industry under consideration by the Adelaide City Council.
Restaurant owner says fees should increase to keep food trucks out during tourist season
A memo from City Planner Mark Ostgarden provided information from 17 Minnesota cities about their own annual fees for food trucks.
The council approved the license ordinance with revisions May 4 and its sister ordinance, which contains zoning guidelines for food trucks.
Winnipeg food-truck operators are upset the city has replaced pay-as-you-go parking with an annual parking pass.
Truck owners to pay from $1,600 to $3,600 per year to operate in downtown Winnipeg