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Friday, October 29, 2010

La Cocina Hosts Workshop on Street-Food Legislation

Posted By on Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 10:46 AM

click to enlarge Monday's workshop is designed in part to educate the street-food loving public about policy issues in San Francisco. - CHRIS MACARTHUR/SF WEEKLY
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  • Monday's workshop is designed in part to educate the street-food loving public about policy issues in San Francisco.

La Cocina will host a workshop next week to help decipher the shifting landscape of San Francisco's street-food legislation. Supervisor Bevan Dufty has suggested he'll spearhead changes to the city's process for licensing mobile vendors. The goal of Monday's workshop is to arm current and prospective vendors with information on how their businesses will be impacted by possible changes afoot, but also to educate the public in advance of possible legislative hearings at City Hall. The La Cocina team will be joined by Matt Cohen (SF Cart Project), Ken Rich (San Francisco Planning Department), and reps from Legal Services for Entrepreneurs for this discussion, to be held in both English and Spanish.

Street Food Legislation Workshop

When: Mon., Nov. 1, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Where: La Cocina, 2948 Folsom (at 25th St.), 824-2729

Cost: Free

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