Food truck owners argue Baltimore rule unfairly restricts businesses

Two Baltimore-area food truck owners testified Thursday how a city ordinance preventing them from operating too close to restaurants selling the same food has hindered their businesses. Joey Vanoni of Pizza di Joey and Nikki McGowan of Mindgrub Cafe, have argued the so-called "300-foot rule" for mobile vendors has effectively barred them from doing business in ...

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