Food trucks could start setting up shop in downtown Raleigh and the Glenwood South district, despite resistance from restaurant owners.
At Tuesday’s Planning Commission meeting, commissioners approved a code change that will allow food trucks to park on private property. The change still requires full city council approval.
The new rules would require food trucks to park at least 100 feet from a restaurant or outdoor eating area and 50 feet from a food cart. The rules also regulate parking, permitting, and sanitation “in order to mitigate potential negative impacts,” according to the zoning staff report ...
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