Food trucks could roll into Minneapolis parks this summer

The Park Board is considering a pilot program allowing food trucks to operate in 16 city parks. The food vendors would have to pay a fee and have a license from the city.
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The Park Board is considering a pilot program allowing food trucks to operate in 16 city parks. The food vendors would have to pay a fee and have a license from the city.

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