Food trucks have become an exciting part of any city’s growing business community. They are able to provide a quick mobile meal on the go; they can enrich neighborhoods that have limited meal options; and they can build a large following of supporters who seek them out through innovative outreach campaigns and social media efforts. I’m thrilled to have such a large number of active food trucks in our community, and eager to begin the food truck pilot program downtown. At our May 2013 City Council meeting, we voted to impliment a downtown pilot program for food trucks. The legislation was researched and proposed by my colleague Councilwoman Carolee Conklin in conjunction with our City Clerk, Dan Karin. Starting in June, the City will have three new vending locations downtown for food trucks, which can accommodate up to 6 trucks. State Street (south of Morrie Silver Way): 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Andrews Street (east of Front Street): 7:00 am – 8:00 pm Broad Street (west of south Avenue):...Read More
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