Supes consider regulating mobile food vendors 

The Board of Supervisors City Operations and Neighborhood Services Committee holds a Monday hearing on mobile food vendors.

The hearing was called by Supervisors Bevan Dufty, who has said a conflict is growing between the mobile food vendors and other businesses.

When he requested the hearing in February, Dufty said there are local businesses who don’t like that these operations are not paying the taxes and other fees that they have to pay.

Dufty said at the time that “there’s been an issue recently in the Castro that’s come up with discussion about push carts and vehicles in neighborhood-commercial districts. I think there are a lot of pros and cons that have been raised.”

The hearing is officially “on the existing and desired procedures and regulations related to the operation of mobile food vehicles and pushcarts.” It takes place Monday, at 10:30 am, at City Hall, in Room 250.

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