Dayton prepares rules for food trucks, not everyone pleased
The city of Dayton is getting closer to allowing food trucks to operate on the street, but it is still imposing restrictions that food truck operators would rather do without.
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#1 Feb 13, 2013
Ah, roach coaches. All cool until someone gets sick, or says they do, before the boohing and suing, whining and crying, pouting and shouting, telling and yelling all about what their busy-body nagging-nanny protective parent government could and should be doing via legislation, regulation and taxation. Freedoms, we don't need 'em, because they give us choices and voices, with pain and brain strain.
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