Category archives for: Code Compliance

Toronto, CAN: For Better Or Worse, Food-Truck Bylaw Is Passed

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City Council has finally granted approval for more food trucks to vend on city streets. But the new bylaw, passed last week, comes with serious strings attached: only 100 licenses will be made available at a cost of $5000 each, and trucks can’t park within 50 metres of a restaurant

Toronto, CAN: New Rules For Toronto Street Vending Leaves Vendors Hopeful Yet Hungry For More Change

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Permits given to trucks will be limited to 125 permits over the next 12 months (there’s currently 27 already claimed) and will be limited to one per person. What will happen to trucks that have two or more trucks?

Columbia, MO: Columbia City Council to Consider Plan for Downtown Food Trucks

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Plan sets aside parking space.

Brookline, MA: BHS Food Truck Petition Easy to Swallow

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We would like to do this because we have found there is not an adequate food option for students after school

Jacksonville, FL: Food Truck Operators Calmed A Bit After City Hall Meeting ; Concerns Eased About Possible New Laws to Regulate Them

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acksonville food truck operators left City Hall on Wednesday with limited progress changing legislation to regulate their industry, but less alarmed than when a councilman first suggested new rules last month. Councilman Reggie Brown asked Kline and about 15 others to return March 24 for another round of talks about the bill, which hasn’t been introduced…

Boyne, MI: Food Truck Talks to Continue

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During the next several weeks, the Boyne City City Commission will continue its discussion of how food service trucks should be regulated in the city.

Columbus, OH: New Rules Coming for Food Trucks

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The new regulations set up areas in which the trucks can set up, including in public right-of-ways. Before Monday’s ordinance, that was not allowed.

Jacksonville, FL: From “Out of Business” to “Opening Doors” – New Regulation on Jacksonville’s Food Trucks Nears Completion

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For more than two months a special committee led by Councilman Reggie Brown has worked on figuring out a compromise which would give the city a greater say in when and where food trucks operate without squashing the business entirely.

Rochester, NY: City Council Considers New Regulations for Food Trucks

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Food trucks are becoming a more popular option in the city. But you won’t see them setting up shop on every street corner. City Council is considering new regulations for food trucks.

Atlanta, GA: Finally! Food Trucks Might Be Allowed to Vend on Public Property

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It’s taken years, but Atlanta’s food trucks may soon be allowed to sell their pizza slices, smoked barbecue pork, decadent cupcakes on the city’s streets.