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Food Truck Hearing

The public got a chance to weigh in on food trucks doing business in the city.
The public got a chance to comment on food trucks in the city today.

In March, Rochester City Council voted to extend the current food truck agreement for one month. The original deadline was set to expire March 31st of this year.  The new legislation is expected to include more vending locations, along with new hours.  Still, food truck owners have been frustrated with the current state of the legislation.

"We have people that call us and say, hey I have this event next week, can you come and serve my employees, my friends and whatnot. It would be nice to go on to private property and be able to tackle that," said Shaina Sidoti, owner of the Effortlessly Healthy food truck. 

City council will vote on the food truck legislation April 23rd.
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