"By the law if you are on city streets or public access you have a 30-minute window to set up, do your service and move on."
"This is a specific location on private property where they could continually come and vend. So instead of a one-time event, it would be an ongoing basis."
Vendors would have to receive a permit which would involve fulfilling about a dozen access, licensing, and insurance requirements.
Rayburn says it's difficult to operate a food truck in the city.
"You're talking about having to move after 30 minutes and 400 feet and you can't be in the same block. It's like, they're convoluted, there are a lot of them, and they need to be pared down."
Changes to food truck regulations are now before the City Council's Law and Legislation Committee.
If the committee votes Tuesday to put the item on the city council agenda, changes could be coming within two months.
At a UC Davis food lab home cooks learn "Do-It-Yourself" preservation skills using the bounty of local tomatoes.
The city of Stockton will be included in a national study that will examine the relationship between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Rotating fire station closures known as "brownouts" in the City of Sacramento have come to an end.
Sacramento has conserved a lot of water, but it's hundreds-of-millions of gallons short of the 20 percent ordered by the Sacramento City Council. We spent a couple of days with Sacramento water cops to see what they're doing to help people conserve.
If you're a backyard gardener and live in Elk Grove, there's a new way to make sure all your extra oranges, zucchini and summer squash doesn't go to waste.
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