Governor McAuliffe signed a law yesterday that will give food trucks across Virginia greater access to roads where they can set up shop.
Legislation Clears Way for Cities and Towns Across Virginia to Open Doors to Food Trucks
That Sunday, The Village Grill will host the Star City Truck Stop, with 10 vendors and their accompanying smells wafting about the parking lot, confusing dogs and [some] people.
The Food Truck Park is fast becoming one of Melbourne’s best pop-up events, always bringing something new to the table.
After eight months of public hearings and debating the pros and cons of food trucks, the city of Alexandria drafted a proposal to regulate them.
Beef brisket, chicken, pulled pork and smoked sausages will continue as barbecue standbys, as will sides of collard greens, baked beans, coleslaw, mac and cheese and grits.
It was a great opportunity for many food truck vendors to introduce themselves to some new business.
The city planning staff is recommending approval of the zoning change, stating in its report the design of the site benefits the community.