Kitchener food trucks to remain at a standstill

City officials met with Zoom with Matt Rossi, president of the Kitchener Mobile Food Association, on May 12 to discuss the group’s proposal to park four trucks a day on each of the three private lots. Customers would place and pay orders in advance, then collect them at the tables next to the trucks on the property – a process identical to what most takeaway restaurants legally use. The truck windows would remain closed. The meeting was positive, said city spokeswoman Lauren Cox. A follow-up meeting on May 15 with Karen Fegely, assistant trade director for business services in the neighborhood, was less promising, Rossi said.

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