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Business owner takes action in support of food truck court

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Business owner takes action in support of food truck court

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Business owner takes action in support of food truck court
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6958792?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 14 Jun 2017 00:41:02 +0000 Business owner takes action in support of food truck court Business owner takes action in support of food truck court http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6958792?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KRCR some redding citizens are taking action after learning a proposed downtown food truck court has been postponed due to pushback from residents... krcr news channel 7's tiffany wong spoke with a business owner who is encouraging people to speak up, as well as people who live near the park... she joins us now..good evening tiffany. allison, business owner mimi moseley is asking people who support the idea to make their voices heard... the fence that surrounded carnegie park --- the proposed location for a new food truck court -- is gone... todd franklin's project is at a standstill after complaints from some neighboring businesses and occupants at the lorenz hotel...which backs up against the park. "you bring alcohol into that park, with a bunch of alcoholics and drug addicts, they're going to overrun that park again." but mimi moseley disagrees..saying alcohol sales would be regulated... "we would much rather have these food trucks with a controlled abc license. when that fence comes down, the people are going to come back in there, the drug use will continue, and it'll be a mess again." moseley posted on social media encouraging people to write letters to the alcoholic beverage control office after learning franklin is making plans to open a food truck court in anderson... uncertain about the future of the redding location... "that shocked me because i had no idea. i've been driving by that area almost every day and looking at the park and thinking, oh it won't be long, and then i got very disappointed." some residents i spoke to at the lorenz expressed concern that despite promises... a clause in the agreement might allow the park to stay open later than ten... a representative of california a-b-c licensing told me they have received at least a dozen letters in opposition to the food court... but couldn't release their names... there will be a community services advisory meeting tomorrow at four at redding city hall for the community to voice their opinions on the project... tiffany wong krcr




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