New food truck ordinance could change Chicago's culinary game

07/5/2012 | Chicago Tribune

An ordinance awaiting approval by the Chicago City Council would place higher fees, parking and operating requirements on food trucks, but would allow trucks with on-board preparation to begin serving their delicacies on the streets. If the ordinance passes, it's likely the city will see more well-known names serving up signature dishes to sidewalk patrons starting in August.

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