Council to Vote on New Food Cart Rules

Food cart owners in downtown La Crosse will likely have to sell a few more hot dogs to break even after this month.  The city council votes tonight on new regulations for carts which include a fee on top of the regulatory fee already charged by the county.  Originally proposed at a hundred dollars.  Which is simply too high, says city council member John Satory


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If passed by the full council in its current form, the hot dog vendors would wind up paying a fifty dollar city permit fee.  They would also face new limits on hours of operation as well as work under new regulations about picking up trash around the carts. 

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