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Food Trucks

City Council Hears Testimony on Food Trucks

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Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 4:33 PM
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As J. Patrick Coolican reports in the Weekly's news blog, this afternoon a City Council committee heard testimony on how exactly to regulate the food trucks that have set off a minor food fight along Wilshire Boulevard and other food-truck-heavy areas. Councilmen Tom LaBonge and others discussed, among other issues, the possibility of creating special parking zones and capping the number of trucks. For a report on the meeting, read Coolican's story.

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