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Council toughens rules on food trucks

Lunch wagons without a special parking permit would be banned

By Marcel Honoré and Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 15, 2014

~~<p>With virtually no input from food truck vendors, the Honolulu City Council has amended and passed a measure that would bar any food trucks without the proper permits from selling food during lunchtime hours in the area around the state Capitol and City Hall.</p>
<p>That measure, Bill 1, originally would have just allowed food trucks to bid on special spaces to serve lunch customers in what's described as the &quot;Hawaii Capitol special district.&quot; The area includes the state Capitol and Hono&shy;lulu Hale, a small part of downtown and stretches south to the waterfront.</p>
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With virtually no input from food truck vendors, the Honolulu City Council has amended and passed a measure that would bar any food trucks without the proper permits from selling food during lunchtime hours in the area around the state Capitol and City Hall.

That measure, Bill 1, originally would have just allowed food trucks to bid on special spaces to serve lunch customers in what's described as the "Hawaii Capitol special district." The area includes the state Capitol and Hono­lulu Hale, a small part of downtown and stretches south to the waterfront. Login for more...



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