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I personally feel that a "Mobile" food truck needs to be "Mobile" Nothing against the hot dog guy but his trailer is considered "Permanent" to me because it is parked there 99.9% of each and every day and on off hours, it is just locked up and never moved. This is a complete competitive advantage to others who have the overhead of brick and mortar and a huge property tax loophole.
If it going to reside there during non operational hours, then it is a permanent structure and needs to conform to the proper building codes and not port-a-potty.
I also believe it is an eyesore to the neighboring properties therefore hindering any redevelopment possibility. If we allow run down structures and temporary facilities, Old 41 will continue to look like a sewer hole.
Sorry if this is harsh but, what is going on is wrong. I would love to operate my business from a trailer. I would save a ton on taxes.
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