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City food truck law spurs protests

Some lunch wagon owners are worried they would need to purchase a permit

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 06, 2014

~~<p>City officials are promising at least one public hearing in the coming weeks on rules governing how food trucks can operate in Hono&shy;lulu's Capitol Special District under a two-year pilot program that became law last week.</p>
<p>Citing concerns raised by vendors, Mayor Kirk Caldwell allowed Bill 1 to become law on March 28 without his signature.</p>
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City officials are promising at least one public hearing in the coming weeks on rules governing how food trucks can operate in Hono­lulu's Capitol Special District under a two-year pilot program that became law last week.

Citing concerns raised by vendors, Mayor Kirk Caldwell allowed Bill 1 to become law on March 28 without his signature. Login for more...



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