Seattle's city council will soon consider a proposal to loosen the city's laws governing food carts and trucks, including provisions that would increase the types of food the mobile eateries can sell and allow larger trucks to park in more places around town. The moves are part of a push to revitalize Seattle's urban areas. "Urban neighborhoods are where we want our growth. A street-food scene can help brand a neighborhood in a positive way," said planner Gary Johnson.
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