Los Angeles City Council eyes food truck regulations

The Los Angeles City Council heard from restaurant owners and food truck operators this week as it began considering regulations aimed at tightening control of mobile eateries. The council is considering several options, including establishing a permit process amid concerns that the growth of the city's food truck scene takes business away from brick-and-mortar restaurants and creates problems for parking-enforcement officials.

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