The Press Herald has published a report on the the City’s ‘pilot program’ which relocated food trucks on the street this summer.
Cameron Gardner, co-owner of Falafel Mafia, said he’s been disappointed with the pilot. “It hasn’t gone well,” Gardner said. “The only reason I’m here today is because I hadn’t booked any events.”
Gardner said his sales are down 30 percent to 40 percent compared to last year. He said business was slightly better over the summer during the height of the tourism season, but that overall the new location doesn’t have the same visibility and accessibility.
The city has fielded a survey to get the public’s feedback on the relocation of the food trucks this past summer.