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File #: O-29-23    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Second Reader
File created: 8/25/2023 In control: Economic Matters Committee
On agenda: 10/23/2023 Final action: 1/22/2024
Title: Food Truck Parking and Mobile Food Service in the City of Annapolis - For the purpose of allowing mobile food service vendors, also called "food trucks," to park for food service outside the historic district on private, non-residential property and public property if they have the property owner's permission; requiring food trucks to limit noise, pick up trash and not block public accessways; general copyediting of the code section; and generally related to mobile food service vendor requirements.
Sponsors: Brooks Schandelmeier, Dajuan K. Gay
Indexes: Economic Matters Committee
Attachments: 1. O-29-23 First Reader, 2. O-29-23 Legislative Summary, 3. O-29-23 Fiscal Impact Note, 4. O-29-23 Staff Report, 5. O-29-23 Amendment 1 - Schandelmeier (Sponsor's Substitute Amendment), 6. O-29-23 Amendment 2 - Savidge, 7. O-29-23 Amendment 3 - Savidge, 8. O-29-23 Signed (b&w), 9. O-29-23 Signed (color)
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Food Truck Parking and Mobile Food Service in the City of Annapolis - For the purpose of allowing mobile food service vendors, also called "food trucks," to park for food service outside the historic district on private, non-residential property and public property if they have the property owner's permission; requiring food trucks to limit noise, pick up trash and not block public accessways; general copyediting of the code section; and generally related to mobile food service vendor requirements.
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Ordinance 29-23

Introduced by: Alderman Schandelmeier

Referred to:
Economic Matters Committee

AN ORDINANCE concerning

Food Truck Parking and Mobile Food Service in the City of Annapolis

FOR the purpose of allowing mobile food service vendors, also called "food trucks," to park for food service outside the historic district on private, non-residential property and public property if they have the property owner's permission; requiring food trucks to limit noise, pick up trash and not block public accessways; general copyediting of the code section; and generally related to mobile food service vendor requirements.

BY repealing the following portions of the Code of the City of Annapolis, 2023 Edition:
7.40.090

SECTION I: BE IT ESTABLISHED AND ORDAINED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that the Code of the City of Annapolis shall be amended to read as follows:

Title 7 - BUSINESS LICENSES, TAXES AND REGULATIONS
Chapter 7.40 - PEDDLERS, HAWKERS AND ITINERANT MERCHANTS
Section 7.40.090 - Areas of operation and operating restrictions.

A. Mobile Vendors. A licensee, or person acting for or on behalf of a licensee, shall only engage in the business of a peddler, hawker, itinerant merchant, or transient vendor in the following circumstances:
A1. When a mobile vendor, other than a mobile food service vendor, is selling commodities or services on public property outside the historic district where the sale of those comm...

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