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Toronto's gourmet food trucks are revving their engines. At last night's first of two public consultations on street food bylaws, City Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon acknowledged, "Torontonians want them," and Carlton Fraser, Director of Policy, adamantly expressed: "We want to make it work." With the second meeting to take place next Monday, and plans to roll out new bylaws this summer, the glimmer of hope has Scott Fraser, owner of Hogtown Smoke food truck, "cautiously optimistic."
· Toronto Looking At Loosening Food Truck Laws [The Globe And Mail]
· City Hall Debates Street Food Again [Eater]