An ordinance amending mobile food unit restrictions was once again postponed during a June 4 meeting.
Part of the proposed addition to the ordinance prohibits units from connecting to municipal utilities and requires them to have garbage service. The Planning and Zoning Commission added the line item in an effort to ensure the units are mobile.
But Assemblywoman Angela Grieser, who owns The Sippin’ Sasquatch with her daughter, argued that the issue is already taken care of, as the ordinance reads “a mobile food unit or mobile retail unit shall be considered as such only if the unit is capable of moving easily on a daily basis.”
“That takes care of mobility right there,” she said.
As a representative from Planning and Zoning was not present to defend the position, the Assembly agreed to postpone until the next meeting.