San Francisco’s food-truck industry is changing its permitting process, putting the Department of Public Works in charge starting March 7.
Denver, Colorado, like many places in the US, is seeing the increase in mobile vending. This increase has led to some push back from traditional brick and mortar establishments as well as hot dog vendors concerned about increased street food competition.
The first meeting on proposed new mobile food regulation for Woodland was held with little controversy Wednesday night.
In the midst of the “great recession” and all the preaching about how small business is the heart of the American economy, why not expand our investment beyond traditional brick and mortar businesses?
Supervisor Scott Wiener is going to "explore" a compromise between Rec & Park and park-goers that moves the new vendors out of the park to Dolores St., between 19th and 20th (a compromise that the previous supervisor and mayoral candidate Bevan Dufty declined to pursue).
Four mobile food vendors filed a lawsuit against the city of El Paso Wednesday morning. They gathered outside the courthouse downtown to discuss their concerns over a 2009 ordinance.
The Board of Supervisors recently voted to open up new territory to the city's growing culture of food trucks, and streamlined the permit process for those with multiple truck locations. While this means fewer headaches for those peddling tacos or crepes, one constituency will likely remain under the table: the Mission's vendors of bacon-wrapped hot dogs.