Los Angeles’ curbside caterers, brick-and-mortar restaurants squabble over new parking law

Los Angeles’ curbside caterers, brick-and-mortar restaurants squabble over new parking law

LOS ANGELES —Catering truck operators here are mulling a possible legal challenge to a new county law making it a misdemeanor to park roving restaurants on the street in the same place for more than an hour.

In fact, the County Board of Supervisors voted to double the former 30-minute time so-called taco trucks can park in one place, but raised the maximum fine for overparking from $60 to $1,000 and made violations punisha

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