C.Wayne Taylor, local blogger/gadfly and resident of the Monument Avenue Park neighborhood near Staples Mill, has been dropping emails on City Hall questioning the legality of the recent Food Truck Court gatherings at the Virginia Historical Society.
According to RVA News the vendors believe that they are operating legally, and that the neighbors are glad to have the event where it is:
Patrick Harris, the chef and operator of Boka Truck, said the VHS seems fine with having food retailers on its private property. He believes that everyone is following the property-vendor law. Some food truck operators, however, are concerned by the prospect that they might be barred from the VHS parking lot. [...]
Mark Ryan, a Food Truck Court regular, said he would be upset if the vendors are forced out before Labor Day. “It’s great for a lot of folks,” Ryan said. “There’s a variety, and it’s all local. It’s ridiculous. I don’t know how it’s bothering anybody.”