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910MFU150.jpgIn an online chat yesterday, Houston mayor Annise Parker addressed why proposed changes to the ordinances regulating food trucks, including the ability to serve downtown, have faded despite an intense campaign last fall. Responding to a question, Parker wrote

I clearly support food trucks and wish to see the restrictions on food trucks downtown lifted. I'm not in the business of embarrassing Council Members, nor am I inclined to bring something to a vote that I know cannot pass. However, I intend to pass a new food truck ordinance as soon as practical, and I'm NOT going to give up. I encourage you to reach out to your council members!
[Eating Our Words]

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