JACKSONVILLE, FL – There’s been bad blood over the last few years between the owners of some food trucks and brick and mortar restaurants downtown over how the trucks should be regulated.

And that dispute resurfaced several months ago after a food truck court opened up adjacent to downtown Jacksonville’s SunTrust Building.

Each weekday people flock to the court for lunch which consists of about five food trucks parked side by side. Some restaurants say the trucks are taking substantial business from them, yet not investing in downtown property as they have. The restaurant owners have banded together.

Jacksonville City Councilman Scott Wilson said after several meetings between the two groups a compromise wasn’t reached. So he told the interested parties to give him a call if anyone had a reasonable solution.

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