Tag: residential neighborhoods

Fairfax County, VA: Food Truck Changes Considered in Fairfax County

Food trucks are becoming a popular venue as an alternative to traditional sit-down and fast food restaurants

SF: New Food Truck Coming to Divisadero; Outrage Ensues

Food trucks belong in areas which do not have food establishments, not primarily residential neighborhoods.

Richmond Extends Moratorium On Outdoor Vendors

The ban on new permits for outdoor vendors was to expire April 1; it now ends February 2012.

DC: Hurray for the DCMFVA!

I had the pleasure of witnessing the DC Mobile Food Vendors’ Association elect its board. A few members of DCMFVA reached out to me in December asking for regulatory advice.

Venice Chamber of Commerce on “DENIES” Food Truck Negotiations

Abbot Kinney Merchants Committee of the Venice Chamber of Commerce “rejects claims of negotiations concerning food trucks on First Fridays.”