Tag: mobile vendors
There is one other mobile food facility in downtown Turlock, the Saucy Girls Food Truck. Owner Kari Hernandez spoke in favor of allowing mobile vendors to continue in the downtown area. Her truck is at 416 E. Main St., near Pacific Tire & Wheel.
As proposed, the ordinance would deny a mobile food vendor license to any person who has been incarcerated for a year or more within the past five years; and prohibit operation within 100 feet of a restaurant or other establishment that sells similar products, with the definition being that 40 percent of their products are similar.
Bel Air town officials appear poised to welcome mobile food vendors inside the town limits, but the range where they will be able to operate will be very limited.
The Malibu City Council is expected to discuss possible further regulations on mobile vendors
Downtown area opened up to mobile vendors
Food trucks, pushcarts and other businesses on wheels to move about town.
"We think that they'll add to the city's culinary culture."
California Food Policy Advocates (CFPA) did nothing to reach out to impacted vendors
Holley Seals is the brain behind Wanderland Urban Food Park