City's New Street Food Plans Unappealing for Mission's Illegal Hot Dog Vendors

Street cart vendors have long complained that San Francisco's expensive and Byzantine permitting process snuffs a potential rockin' street food culture in the city.

Yet change is on the way. At Supervisor Bevan Dufty's behest, the Planning Department is considering streamlining the cart permitting process on private property today, and the Board of Supervisors will mull tweaks for those on public property next week. The details are reported in a post on our sister blog, SFoodie.

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