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Most Annapolis food trucks restrictions eliminated under bill approved unanimously by City Council

January 24, 2024

The Annapolis City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Monday night eliminating some restrictions on where food trucks can park and operate in the city. The ordinance, O-29-23, maintains restrictions on parking in the city’s Historic District but allows food trucks to park in any other private, non-residential property if they have written permission from the property owner. The trucks also can be parked on public property if the owners have a permit from the city, county or other public property owner.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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