Home Off the Wire Weekend Food Truck News Roundup Nov 18 – 20

Weekend Food Truck News Roundup Nov 18 – 20

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In Mobile Cuisine Magazine’s quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry has compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this weekend from Louisville, Boulder, Orange City, New Brunswick, Hoboken and Santa Monica.

Comida Food Truck

Nov 18

Food truck amendment approved by Metro Council – LOUISVILLE, KY - The Louisville Metro Council approved an amendment to the vendors, peddlers and solicitors ordinance Thursday night. Prepared by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer’s office, the amendment is aimed at making it easier for food-truck owners to operate in the city.

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Boulder food truck operator Comida opening restaurant in Longmont – BOULDER, CO - Comida, a Boulder-based operator of a food truck featuring Mexican fare, plans to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Longmont’s Prospect neighborhood early next year, its founder said Friday.

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Nov 19

Food truck expo coming to Orange City – ORANGE CITY, FL - Food trucks — those chic gourmet meals on wheels perhaps best known in these parts from television — are coming to a parking lot near you. The City Council recently approved a plan to start a Food Truck Expo in the Lowe’s parking lot for a three-month trial basis. Mark Baratelli, an organizer of similar events in the Orlando area, said he’s working on a plan to have the first expo sometime in January.

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Owners Of Grease Trucks At Rutgers Worried Over New University Proposal – NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Grease trucks have been a fixture at Rutgers University for years, but now a proposal from the university has some of the trucks’ owners worried they’re being forced out, CBS 2?s Christine Sloan reports.

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Food truck vendors oppose $3,750 parking fees, GPS monitoring – HOBOKEN, NJ - The City Council introduced an ordinance on Monday that some food truck vendors fear will force them out of town. A subcommittee meeting to discuss the proposed ordinance will be held on Nov. 22 at 5 p.m. in the City Hall basement conference room.

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Nov 20

New Curfew Coming For Santa Monica’s Main Street Food Trucks – SANTA MONICA, CA - It will be lights out at an earlier time for food trucks servicing Main Street in Santa Monica, much to the dismay of late-night bar patrons with the munchies.

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