Under the current policy, food trucks may not operate closer than 200 linear feet from the nearest brick and mortar restaurant.
A new ordinance under discussion at the committee level would dictate what businesses can set up shop on the Commons.
The Dos Amigos food truck is now serving up their popular California-inspired Mexican food for lunch in downtown Ithaca.
“It’s a savory steak along with a lime tang to it and the parsley adds a nice twist,” Pustilnik said. “I like the freshness of it and it is definitely a pretty solid choice. I would eat it again.”
The Board of Public Works expressed majority disapproval at its May 18 meeting for extending the “historic exception” the Hot Truck enjoys from the mobile vending law the city enacted in 2014. The Hot Truck, along with Louie’s Lunch, doesn’t have to move from its spot on an every night basis, unlike other trucks that operate under the city law.
Roundups are the way to go because not only is it a place to grab a quick bite, but it also serves as a community space and an event
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