From the BH Courier:
Councilman Bill Rosendahl said the ordinance should be developed over the next 60-90 days, with input from food truck operators. “It is a work in progress, but overall, (I want to see) food trucks respecting the brick-and-mortar restaurants, number one; and that parking spaces they use are legitimate spaces,’ Rosendahl said.
The council asked for additional information before acting on a proposal to regulate where food trucks can be located to keep them from being a hazard to pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
The council also directed its attorneys to work with Los Angeles County officials to develop a system that would “grade’ food trucks in the same way that brick-and-mortar restaurants are graded.
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