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As the food truck scheme, which was first proposed by Financial Secretary John Tsang in his budget speech last year, will be run as a tourism project, it will fall under the jurisdiction of the Tourism Board, which will set up a special task force to oversee the operation.
Fuquay-Varina has recently proposed to ban food trucks in commercial areas after some local businesses complained that they’re hurting business. However, the town may now be easing up on that proposal after food truck advocates spoke out against it.
Council voted Tuesday to allow food trucks in the city of Portsmouth.
Portsmouth officials have officially voted to allow food trucks in the city.
The city’s Economic Development Department is developing a wide-ranging plan to strengthen ordinances governing food vendors and to implement new fees and initiatives that could have a far-reaching impact on how the city’s thriving mobile food-vending industry operates.
The York County Board of Supervisors gave its unanimous approval to food trucks Tuesday night, passing an ordinance that allows the mobile food vending vehicles on developed and occupied private properties throughout the county.
Offering gourmet food from trucks decorated with doodles, graffiti and brand names which capture the imagination, their presence in the cities is to be lauded but is also a bane to some traditional business owners.
Sherman’s regulations on mobile food vendors could soon be changing, as city staff is working on an ordinance that would rewrite the city’s regulations with an eye on bringing a food truck area to the city.
The growing popularity of food trucks has many wanting to learn how to start their own in the Twin Ports.
The food court in the K-State Student Union closed Friday to make space for changes brought about by phase two of the Union renovation.