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The Town of Kindersley has adopted new regulations for mobile food vendors who wish to operate on town-owned land after a request came forward from a single vendor.
Members of council passed two resolutions at a meeting on June 13 in relation to mobile food vendors, one resolution specific to the original vendor who made the request. Council had asked the vendor to respond to questions at one of its meetings.
Council was presented with a draft proposal for the new on-street mobile vendor regulations at its meeting on May 24, but the resolution was deferred to talk to the vendor and also to incorporate the wishes of council members into the newly-proposed regulations.
The item was brought back from the table on Monday.
For more on this story, see the June 14 print edition of The Clarion.