There is no desire to over-regulate. The main purpose is to create an ordinance to make it legal and welcome these uses in the city
A "critical violation" is one that "poses a direct or immediate threat to the safety of the food being served." Non-critical violations are generally related to cleaning or maintenance.
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If we were in a bigger and more populated area it would work because you have millions of people to support the food trucks and the surrounding restaurants
If the City Council decides to allow food trucks in downtown, it probably will be with stricter regulations than have been proposed.
The rules are intended to protect brick-and-mortar restaurants, which count on having an oligopoly when it comes to local workers' food options.
Let me acknowledge I am a big supporter of food trucks
Food truck owners in Arlington County are fighting county regulations and what they say is a spike in police enforcement that is ruining their business.