The town of Caseville has been debating the use of food trucks for a few weeks, with community members speaking out for and against the idea of vendors coming to town.
This community interest in food trucks came during the June 13 meeting, where several people came out to publicly comment on the city’s ordinance 856, which affects peddlers and attorneys. The ordinance requires express permission from property owners and a permit obtained from the city, or violators risk a misdemeanor charge.
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