At this time, city leaders are still going back and forth on the rules and regulations.
There was a public hearing back in August, but due to recent changes made, the planning commission wants to hear what you have to say about the changes before members go back before council.
City leaders wanted to scale back the number of food truck permits. At first, the planning commissions draft plan had 20, but now city council wants to allow only 12. City Council also reduced the number of places where the ordinance is allowed.
The planning commission also added to the plan that food trucks can operate on city property if there is already a vendor permit allowed.
So with these changes, along with changes from the Fire Marshall, the planning commission is putting together a final plan and wants you to be involved in the decision making.
So if you want to hear the plan for the final draft, have opinions about the type of food that would be served, or want to weigh in on what locations you think the food trucks should go, you should plan to attend the meeting.
"We'd also like to hear from some of the businesses, so if there are existing businesses that are restaurant or businesses that sell food and they have some concerns I'd like to hear that, because to date we really haven't heard any concern. What we've heard from the most part are businesses that are interested in having food trucks," Planning Commission Director Carol Coleman said.
The public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at 1:30. If you plan on going it will be at the City Services Building in the Conference Room.