License to Grill (…and sauté and flambé)
Gourmet food trucks are rolling out across the country, dishing up everything from pulled-pork-topped Belgium waffles, to organic Cobb Salads. While the concept of bringing creative food choices to the streets seems simple enough, local municipalities are being challenged with how to regulate many nuances of the industry, from traffic, to food safety, to competition with brick-and-mortar food establishments. Many of our clients have recently passed legislation related to the food truck industry in their communities. Here are some examples of their Codes that you can view in eCode360:
- Borough of Conshohocken, PA
- Village of Saugerties, NY
- Town of Andover, MA
- Borough of Woodcliff Lake, NJ
- City of Fond du Lac, WI
- City of St. Ann, MO
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