In our quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry we have compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this past weekend from Calgary, Charlotte, Lehigh Valley and Staunton.

April 25

Chilly spring hard on city food trucks – CALGARY, CANADA – The sound of Calgary’s food trucks may be the only sign of spring you can find this weekend.

YYC food trucks are awakening from their winter slumber with a kick-off event in the East Village Friday until 7p.m.

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Another helping of food truck rules – CHARLOTTE, NC – Katrina Young didn’t think she’d be talking so much about food trucks this week.

Young, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg planning manager, has found herself in a swirl of unexpected protest over possible new rules governing mobile food vendors in Charlotte. The protest is unexpected because the rules aren’t rules yet. “They’re just a draft,” Young told the editorial board this week.

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April 26

Q&A with Tex Wells, embattled BBQ owner – LEHIGH VALLEY, PA – Tex Wells, the mobile food vendor who operates Tex’s Smokin’ Bar-B-Q in North Whitehall Township, is in danger of losing his spot at Route 309 and Shankweiler Road after people complained about the smoke originating from his food stand.

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April 27

Food trucks hoping to increase traction in community – STAUNTON, VA – The sizzle of the fry pan increases as Liz Phifer drops in some oysters.

She can’t stop smiling. It’s tight quarters with her co-worker Rachel Lessley in the 14-foot-long by 6-foot wide food truck. Fully equipped with a fryer, oven, sink, fridge and microwave, it’s a kitchen on wheels.

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