From Lobsta Love to the Cupcakory, a fleet of food trucks will role into Lexington on Friday, May 31, as the final course in Revolutionary Revelry.
The food truck project would be evaluated in October, Councilwoman Shevawn Akers said, using information such as the number of police citations issued, parking authority citations and the volume of business by food trucks.
A plan to give people more food options in downtown Lexington has cleared another hurdle.
The pilot proposal would allow food trucks to stop in metered public parking places in specified areas downtown and sell food to pedestrians between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. They could operate between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m. in any on-street parking areas where it is otherwise legal to park, with certain restrictions.
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If approved, program would allow food trucks to operate in designated “food truck zones” downtown
The two-year anniversary of the formation of Lexington’s Itinerant Merchant Task Force was April 20. While progress has been made, Lexington’s Food Trucks are not quite yet free.
A proposal has been made to make it easier for food trucks to operate in Lexington.
Work continues to try and determine where Lexington mobile food vendors can set up shop downtown.
We got all of our questions clarified this morning. We are really encouraged. This is leaps and bounds from where we were.