Exeter board looks to mediate food truck vs. shop owners dispute

Clyde Bullen, owner and pastry chef of Clyde's Cupcakes, is not in favor of Select Board proposals to relocate his food truck to parking along Town House Common.

EXETER —The owner of Clyde’s Cupcakes stated he’s pissed off no a person in town has arrived at out to him to get his opinions on the likelihood of regulating meals trucks in the downtown region, as new cellular sellers eye Exeter to broaden their organizations.

As the lone cellular vending allow holder in city, he explained the Pick Board and city team ought to have come to him.

“It’s obvious they didn’t chat to everyone in the food stuff truck sector when they reviewed these pointers,” Clyde Bullen claimed.

Bullen’s remarks come soon after the Choose Board talked over Monday potentially enacting new regulations for cellular vending with Darren Winham, the town’s director of economic advancement.

Less than the present cellular seller rules, a food truck operator must request the unique parking location they want and pay a permit fee. Bullen’s yearly permit, obtained early previous summer, costs $250. 

Barbara J. Miriam

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