The Atlanta City Council on Tuesday voted 15-0 to establish regulations for food vending trucks. That will allow dozens of new vending trucks to operate on private property in commercial areas throughout Atlanta.
The trucks were previously allowed only for special events such as festivals or at special weekly gatherings. Councilman Kwanza Hall said allowing the trucks to expand "is a win-win for the city and vendors." ...
Food trucks -- relying heavily on social media -- have become extremely popular nationwide, and the trend is catching on in Atlanta.
The city allows special gatherings of food trucks at Inman Park on Wednesdays, in Midtown on Thursdays and Atlantic Station on Fridays. ...
The new legislation is still somewhat restrictive. Trucks will only be allowed on private property in commercial districts throughout the city from 5 a.m. until 2 a.m. ...
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