CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Clarksburg Metropolis Council met Thursday night discussing an ordinance setting restrictions on cellular meals distributors.
After dialogue from cellular meals distributors within the assembly, council moved to desk the ordinance. The cellular meals distributors said that the language, within the proposed ordinance, wanted clarification and a extra outlined define.
“So, there have been some discrepancies there, and you understand, I say the extra the vans you might have the merrier. Any person desires a steak, any individual desires a snow cone, I simply wished one thing that was truthful for everyone, truthful with the brick and mortar, you understand we are able to’t park out in entrance of their companies, which I don’t have an issue with that, we shouldn’t,” stated John Madia, meals truck operator of the Large Kahuna.
Meals truck operators in attendance additionally stated they already adjust to the county well being division, register with the town, and pay their enterprise and occupation taxes.
“I simply don’t need to make it the place nobody desires to return and run a truck right here. It has its wants, it’s thrilling and it brings individuals, we simply need to do enterprise in Clarksburg,” Madia stated. “Let’s have a truck fest, let’s get collectively. Jackson Sq. is a superb place for a truck fest. I’m from Clarksburg, I lived right here, I by no means left, I need to do enterprise right here, I need to see Clarksburg thrive.”
The cellular meals distributors added they need to praise the downtown enterprise with their companies and stay up for council taking their issues and putting them into the ordinance.