Food Truck advocates were put off until late January's meeting because the Downtown Raleigh Alliance has yet to complete their research on the food trucks issue.
Chicago restaurant owners are mobilizing to block City Hall from creating an “unlevel playing field” for their brick-and-mortar businesses — by legalizing mobile food trucks with cooking on the premises.
This is last minute notice but on Tuesday morning from 9am-10am there will be a Law and Public Safety Committee meeting at the City Building (222 West Hargett Street, Room 305) where Lucas Kinnin will make a presentation on the behalf of allowing Food Trucks into Downtown Raleigh.
City's Restrictions on Food Trucks Test Chefs' Creativity; Hold the Fried Oysters.
A question and answer discussion facilitated by Mike Liefeld, BDS Enforcement Manager, addressed building code requirements, processes and the challenges of...