A Minneapolis food truck operator wants to sell food in front of the Hopkins Tavern. Council members worry that could benefit one business at the expense of others.
When asked about the food truck situation, a Hopkins official diverted questions to the Baltimore Police Department. A police spokesman said the truck had been parked in a 15-minute zone.
Baltimore doesn't contain a large enough fleet to have such problems. But the city may be catching up. At least four new food trucks hit the streets in the past year.