New Bill Treats Food Trucks Like Child Molesters
|Street food is healthier than cafeteria food|
In short, state lawmakers don't want school kids to have easy access to child molesters or street food (because cafeteria food is sooo much better?).
As our sister blog SFoodie points out, San Francisco's 49 square miles make it particularly difficult to enforce such restrictions without putting the fledgling industry out of business. And while Supervisor Scott Wiener might not want to see your wiener in public, that's not to say he wouldn't like to snack on a (hot dog) wiener from a local food truck. That's why the Castro District rep is planning to fight this legislation, which he bluntly stated is "terrible."
"It looks like [expanding the limit to] a few hundred feet from all schools would knock out the bulk of the city from having access to food trucks," Wiener said.
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