West Tisbury Eyes Interim Regulations for Food Trucks
West Tisbury needs clear regulations on how and where food trucks may be allowed, town counsel Ron Rappaport told three town boards.
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Food Trucks Granted Special Permits in West Tisbury
Two Island food truck operations were granted permission by the West Tisbury zoning board of appeals Thursday to operate at fixed locations for the rest of the year.
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West Tisbury Boards Debate Food Trucks, Retail Sales
Are food trucks restaurants? Do they qualify as fast food? There’s no answer in the West Tisbury zoning bylaws, which led to a joint meeting of three town boards Wednesday night
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ZBA Gives Food Truck Okay for Grange Hall Event
Food truck fans packed the West Tisbury town hall meeting room Thursday night, for the public appeal of town zoning inspector Joe Tierney’s denial of a one-day food truck permit for an event at Grange Hall.
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Lunch Ladies Unite for Food Truck Race
Louisa Hufstader
West Tisbury School chef Jenny DeVivo along with her team of Nisa Webster and Eli Carroll participated in The Great Food Truck Race this summer. Their slogan: Think Outside the Lunch Box.
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Mobile Market Extends Season to Late October
Louisa Hufstader

The produce truck that visits Vineyard neighborhoods to sell fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs for lower prices than regular stores is extending its schedule through Oct. 29.

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New Oyster Farms, Returning Food Truck in Chilmark
Ivy Ashe
Four new oyster farms could be coming soon to Menemsha Pond, which already hosts six aquaculture ventures.
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Trucking, Up to Chilmark, Serving Up Wraps, Falafels and Romaine
Mollie Doyle
Two ovens, two sinks, tortilla soup, hamburgers, cookies and great conversation all inside Josh Aronie's mobile kitchen, The Food Truck. Parked outside the Chilmark General Store, the Truck feeds anywhere from one to 100 people a day.
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Mobile Food Will Not Roll Into Heart of Oak Bluffs
Olivia Hull
Revisiting a controversial issue that has been dormant since summer, the Oak Bluffs selectmen voted Tuesday to approve a set of regulations that prohibit food trucks in the heart of downtown.
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Up-Island Appetites to Get Some Rolling Relief
Remy Tumin
Josh Aronie, chef at Cafe Moxie in Vineyard Haven and formerly of the Menemsha Cafe, has been approved to operate an off-season food truck in the parking lot of the Chilmark Store. Mr. Aronie said he plans to serve a daily soup, tacos, sandwiches, falafels and a Brazilian lunch plate.
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