City Hall has done little to live up to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's tweet: “My administration will support Food Trucks in Baltimore.”
The city of Baltimore ordered a couple food trucks to shut down Wednesday morning because they didn’t have a license that, during the permitting process, they were never told they needed.
Charm City vendors are constantly chased from street corners and parking spots by local restaurateurs, meter maids, and other foes, as a recent Baltimore Sun piece ably documented.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake came to the rescue of Baltimore's fledgling food truck scene Wednesday after a city official targeted a few of the mobile businesses because he said they lacked proper permits.
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.
I just find it interesting that airlines are hopping on two of the hottest culinary trends of the new century--ones largely based upon local, sustainable, seasonal ingredients.
Every Friday from May to November, we're dispatching our Go Healthy New York fruit mobile truck out into a designated location in New York City to give away fruit, vegetables, smoothies and healthy snacks!