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Street_Food_Ordinance.jpgThe proposed overhaul for food truck permits that's been quietly percolating in recent months finally lands in front of a City Council committee this morning. The bill would, among other things, create curbside zones in busy commercial areas that would be reserved for mobile vendors during specific hours. Right now food trucks must operate on private property, which is why they're relatively rare in dense areas like downtown and Capitol Hill. Capitol Hill Seattle blog quotes a city staffer's prediction that these new rules could be in place by mid-summer. [CHS]

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