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Pensacola to seek path forward for food trucks [podcast]

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly About a week or so ago, the city of Pensacola began enforcing a parking ordinance that effectively prohibits food trucks from…

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Real News podcasts: Mayor says ‘bad actors’ causing food truck issues

Both DIB executive director Walker Wilson and Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson appeared on NewsTalk 1370 WCOA this morning to talk about the food truck controversy….

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Mayor defends fining food trucks

Press Release: Statement from Mayor Robinson on Food Trucks in Pensacola Over the past several days, there has been much discussion about food trucks in…

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New fire code puts food trucks in jeopardy

Yesterday Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson called to explain that the state has adopted a new fire code that food trucks and mobile or temporary cooking…

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Century Town Council approves food trucks

NorthEscambia.com reports that tThe Town of Century has voted to allow food trucks and other portable food vendors to purchase a business license. When Sonny’s…

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Pensacola City Hall food truck program modified for March

The March food truck schedule for Pensacola City Hall was released on Monday. Breakfast is served only on Fridays. In February, the night time trucks…

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City Hall Food Truck program starts Thursday

The city of Pensacola announced today that food trucks will be parked at the corner of the City Hall parking lot at the intersection of…

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Food trucks to park at Pensacola City Hall

Mayor Ashton Hayward announced today on Facebook that food trucks will be allowed at City Hall every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, beginning Jan. 7, 2016….

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Seville Quarter patriarch warns about food truck ordinance

A lunch with attorney Wilmer Mitchell, president of Seville Quarter, is never brief, but always informative. Today he wanted to talk about the proposed food…

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