HARBOR SPRINGS, MI - The success of food trucks in Boyne City and Traverse City has inspired Harbor Springs to look in to this new trend.
The small town of Harbor Springs has taken the idea of mobile food vendors off the back-burner to test if it will help their town’s economy.
Harbor Spring’s population in the summer time nearly triples,
The community thinks it’s time for something new to roll into town to help their economy.
“What we don’t want is for a family, or a couple, or anyone to come in our town come to my restaurant and it’s an hour wait there or an hour wait at matt’s restaurant the new york try to find a place to eat and leave harbor springs and say i’m never going again because there’s not much for me to do,” said Stafford’s Pier Restaurant’s General Manager Jodi Ewbank.
To curb the community’s appetite for something to rejuvenate their economy the Harbor Springs counsel has decided to test the waters by implementing a six-month mobile food-vending pilot project.
So far operating regulations or fees have not been set by the city.
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