Toronto residents can now enjoy more street meat after city council voted to loosen food truck regulations Tuesday.
Under the new regulations, food trucks can be within 30 metres of a brick and mortar restaurant. The previous rules stated 50 metres.
The vote will likely mean more food trucks on the streets, making Torontonians craving a hot dog, burger or any other classic food truck food winners.
“It has been a bit like making sausages over time, if you’ll pardon the reference to food. But I think we’re ending up in a place that is closer to the right place,’’ Mayor John Tory said in council before the vote.
But it wouldn't be Toronto City Council unless there was a fight over an item on the agenda, now would it?
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