The debate over allowing food trucks in Pensacola may not be over, but those mobile businesses celebrated a milestone in downtown Pensacola Thursday.
Food truck operators have been trying to come back into the city ever since they were pushed out, on the grounds that the city didn't regulate their operation.
Pensacola is considering a law proposed by Council Member Charles Bare that would require food trucks to get a permit to operate downtown for city sponsored or cosponsored events, among other circumstances.
The Pensacola Planning Board voted 6-0 to restrict food trucks along Palafox Place and anywhere within 200 feet of traditional brick-and-mortar restaurants.
I probably should have put together a series of points, rather a full ordinance
By Contributor | Wear TV The Pensacola City Council will also discuss regulations on food trucks tonight. Right now there's typically one food truck that parks...
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