The Arcadia City Council may lift its restrictions on food trucks in response to Socal Mobile Food Vendors Association claims that the city violated state law by not allowing food trucks to operate outside of special events.
The City Council will vote Tuesday on an ordinance allowing food trucks to operate on the public right-of-way; previously, food trucks could only set up shop at Santa Anita Park, the Arboretum or during city-sanctioned special events.
The Council first discussed the proposed ordinance at a meeting last month. At that time, Council members decided to more forward with the ordinance, putting it on the Nov. 6 agenda.
Also on Tuesday's agenda: A discussion on funding for the proposed $1.16 million Museum Education Center and plans for a 10-unit condominium subdivision at 845-851 West Huntington.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the City Council Chambers at 240 West Huntington Drive.