Hahira considers impact of regulation changes on food trucks

Posted at 1:39 AM, Apr 27, 2018
and last updated 2018-04-26 21:46:00-04

LOWNDES COUNTY, Ga. (WTXL) - The Greater Lowndes Planning Commission discussed changes to several amendments this week.

Part of that includes a provision to create an administrative permit and supplemental standards.

That limits the amount of time temporary businesses, like food trucks, can operate and where they're allowed to set up

Store front businesses asked for the new regulations.

The owners feel temporary businesses siphon customers from permanent businesses, committed to the community.

Planning commissioners were asked to consider the impact regulation changes would have on food trucks already in operation.

A hearing for that is set for May 3.