The proposed food truck ordinance in South Bend will be one of the agenda items during the South Bend Common Council meeting Monday night, Sept. 14.
The ordinance, which will clear up regulations for food trucks in the city, was pushed back for a few months.
The proposed bill would include regulations for mobile food vendors, like licensing, health and safety, according to Flavor 574’s partners at 95.3 MNC – Michiana’s News Channel. It would also redefine “restaurant” to include more food vendors, including food trucks.
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As it stands, there are no laws in South Bend that specifically lay out what food trucks can and cannot do, according to previous Flavor 574 reporting.
Members of the public are invited to comment at the meeting at 7 p.m., on the fourth floor of the county-city building, 227 W. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend.
For more information, see the full story from 95.3 MNC.