San Bernardino County Food Trucks and the City of San Bernardino's transient vendor ordinance

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This is a brief look at the current (as of 4/4/2011) state of the law in San Bernardino County regarding gourmet food trucks (where food is prepared in the truck), and the impact of the City of San Bernardino's Transient Vendor ordinance (codified at San Bernardino Municipal Code section 5.04.495) on their operation within the City of San Bernardino, with some reference to the public policy behind the City of San Bernardino's ordinance. Adapted from a post dated 4/3/2011 at michaelreiterlaw.wordpress.com. More information on Michael Reiter, a Redlands, San Bernardino County lawyer can be found at http://michaelreiterlaw.com, or calling (909) 708-6055.

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