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Developer works to find compromise for food truck court

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Developer works to find compromise for food truck court

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Developer works to find compromise for food truck court
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6963888?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sat, 17 Jun 2017 01:34:22 +0000 Developer works to find compromise for food truck court Developer works to find compromise for food truck court http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6963888?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KRCR involved. new developments to the proposed food truck court in carnegie park.. the man behind the plan has signed conditions set by alcoholic beverage control to hopefully reach an agreement with those who protest the idea... krcr news channel 7's tiffany wong has the story.. it has been a rocky journey for todd franklin's dream of opening a food truck court in redding.... his efforts to get an alcoholic beverage control license were stunted after some elderly residents at the lorenz hotel protested the project... stating concerns about noise and lack of parking. to address those concerns, franklin met with a-b-c thursday and agreed to new conditions that will hopefully resolve the conflicts... " i looked at the conditions, we talked about a few of them and then ultimately at the end of the day i signed the conditions. so i'm happy to instead of ten on the weekends, and making sure there isn't underage drinking. "if we're arguing over an hour, then i felt it was wise just to go and say ok we'll accept that hour." franklin says they will also make sure any music or business-related noise is directed towards the park and not the lorenz. "we're going to protest, a-b-c says they can't issue the license. "at that point it's one person stopping what 100,000 might want. and that's just the way it's set up." don tazwell lives at the lorenz, and says he wants to see the project come to fruition. "nine o'clock is fine, i'm up till 11 anyway. i'd be out here listening to it. i'd be buying food out of the food trucks." franklin says if the protestors agree to the signed conditions, a-b-c can issue him a temporary permit and they can move full-speed ahead. reporting in redding tiffany wong krcr news channel 7.




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