Repeal City of Chattanooga's ordinance not allowing food trucks to sell from the street
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Ever wonder why you don't see food trucks selling food/drinks on Chattanooga's downtown city streets? The city has had an ordinance in place since 2012 (Section 20-149 (a)), that states, "mobile food unit are prohibited from operating on city streets, sidewalks or public property within the city limits". This petition is being made to repeal this ordinance so we can allow our food trucks back on city streets.
Food Trucks have grown in popularity over the last few years in Chattanooga and other cities across the United State with great success. Repealing this ordinance would create a fun environment for people & families of all ages to get out, socialize with the community, and enjoy delicious food & drink. It also helps people who work downtown during the week not take their entire lunch break looking for parking, being rushed and arriving late back to work Lifting this ordinance would also support the local economy and small businesses. Win-win!
Chattanooga is such a great town that has evolved so much in the last 5 years, it's time to remove this ordinance and let our great local food trucks set up on roads and serve the people.
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