After spat with City Hall over food trucks, Arts District finds new place to park them at AT&T PAC | City Hall Blog

Posted by    |    April 28th, 2012 at 5:15 am

A few days back we noted the dust-up between Arts District officials and City Hall over the placement of food trucks in that stretch o’ downtown. Long story short: Vendors were told they needed to fork over $150 for a permit about which they weren’t told a year ago, while Code Compliance also kicked the food trucks out of the street and back into a parking lot across from the Meyerson Symphony Center. Shortly after that initial post, the city came back and said, well, OK … we’ll let ‘em back at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. So, there was that at least.

And while they figure out that permitting problem, we get word from the Arts District that the trucks have found a new home: at the Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park. They began serving out of that space Monday.

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