Gourmet food trucks were the biggest trend of 2010. But by the end of last year, a few of these enterprises had run into roadblocks set up by the city's confusing rules and regulations; a couple of the trucks had ground to a halt entirely.
To untangle some of the bureaucratic red tape, the city has been drafting a new guide for Denverfood truck entrepreneurs; a city council committee will discuss this draft at 1:30 p.m. today. In the meantime, you can read it here:
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