New rules approved for San Diego food trucks

SAN DIEGO - The San Diego City Council approved new regulations for food trucks over the objections of some owners who claim the rules will  be bad for business.
U-T San Diego  reports that the main effect of the ordinance passed Monday will be to disallow trucks in the Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy and some beach areas.
Late-night operations in dense urban areas will be prohibited where the trucks are parked close to homes.  
The council took action because there were no municipal code provisions governing trucks serving food to the general public on private property, particularly in commercial areas.

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