Wisconsin City Discusses Food Truck Ban From Historic District

CEDARBURG, WI – The Cedarburg Common Council will consider an ordinance that may include a banning food trucks from its Washington Avenue Historic District.

Monday evening, the council spent more than an hour and a half debating a proposed ordinance, while also hearing public comment on the proposal.

Council members did not vote on a proposal, instead they decided to send the proposal back to the city’s attorney for changes.

Christian Leonard owns a pizza shop in Cedarburg’s historic district, and is strongly opposed to allowing food trucks in that area.

Leonard said, “I believe that food trucks have a place, I don’t believe they have a place in historic Cedarburg whatsoever.”

Leonard said restaurants and shops in the Washington Avenue Historic District are made to follow strict rules, and said those rules are not applied to food trucks.

Find the entire article with video at cbs58.com [here]

2017-02-14T08:14:06+00:00 By |Off the Wire|

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