White Pine commissioners agreed that food trucks are here to stay. So council members started their regular meeting last week in work session, addressing guidelines and whether the city wants to issue permits or fees for vendors. 

There was discussion on setting up guidelines and a fee rate. Commissioner Fred Taylor said he had spoken with two food truck owners who said they would not object to a fee. It was suggested that a reasonable fee could be $100 per year, with some portion of that fee for those vendors who only set up for special events.

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