GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Two controversial ordinances involving food trucks and open burning in Grand Rapids were approved by city commissioners Tuesday night.
The food truck ordinance passed unanimously which will allow the trucks to operate on designated public spaces such as Gillette Bridge, Calder Plaza and Rosa Parks Circle.
The ordinance now limits noise levels to 70 decibels from a distance of 15 feet away and the exhaust pipe must point away from the the service side of the truck.
Vendors are required to obtain a license from the city each year to operate the food trucks.
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