Category archives for: Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC: The Town Should Ease Restrictions on Food Trucks


The Town of Chapel Hill should reduce fees and look to its neighbors in order to create a policy that encourages more food trucks in the area.

Chapel Hill, NC: CHTC Has Second Thoughts On Food Truck Fees


There have been several successful celebrations in Chapel Hill in the past year that featured food trucks, but in each instance the trucks were granted special event permits valid only for the duration of the event.

Chapel Hill, NC: Local Merchants Find Success in Food Trucks

Time Out restaurant director of operations Ira Green, left, says that his company's newly-wrapped food truck/mobile unit still has to be outfitted after an inspection from the local health department before the Chapel HIll eatery can reach out with its chicken to more remote locations. Green went out to move the new mobile food truck Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 from in front of the Time Out restaurant at University Square Chapel Hill.

To succeed, you have to put a tremendous amount of work into it

Chapel Hill Co-Hosts Town’s Inaugural Food Truck Rodeo

Logan Savage / DTH

Ben Shirley of Parlez-Vous Crepes passes out an order. WCHL 97.9 sponsored a food truck rodeo on Thursday night.

“For me, this is all about a having a passion and a dream, and seeing that dream come to fruition,” Inserra said

Chapel Hill, NC: CHTC Member Set To Petition For Food Truck Regulation Changes

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Chapel Hill Town Council passed an ordinance allowing food trucks

Chapel Hill, NC: Despite Ordinance, Interest In Food Trucks Lags In CH

Klausies Pizza Truck - Raleigh, NC

$600 per vendor to cover inspection and enforcement costs

Chapel Hill, NC: Fees May Stall Food Trucks

Will Pettis was told last March he could not park in front of Dead Mule Club on West Franklin, despite having the property owner's permission.   photo: HARRY LYNCH

The fees will offset the cost of hiring a part-time employee to enforce the new regulations

Chapel Hill: Food Trucks Come to Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill Chamber

The rules were approved with little council comment and no citizens spoke for or against

Chapel Hill: Food Truckin’, What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been

Mike Hackerd and Becky Cascio, owners of the Pie Pushers food truck, worked at Watts Grocery.

Chapel Hill inched closer to allowing food trucks

Chapel Hill: Council to Weigh Food Truck Rules


The town has proposed letting food trucks operate in some lots in commercial districts