Food Trucks and their fans in Orlando have started a new Facebook page to keep people informed about the new rules and regulations the city recently passed regarding "mobile food vending." As we reported in Happytown this week, the new food truck temporary use permit is in effect now, and trucks will have to begin abiding by the regulations immediately (although the city says it will be educating food truck owners about the new rules before slapping people with violations). The city says this is a pilot program and it may be changed as time goes by.
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