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Regulating Mobile Food Vending in Greenville, SC - Jason Tanenbaum

Regulating Mobile Food Vending in Greenville, SC - Jason Tanenbaum

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Examines the regulation of food trucks (mobile food vending) in 15 U.S. cities in order to better plan for regulation of the industry in the city of Greenville, SC. Considers potential benefits and concerns of food trucks from social and economic perspectives. Includes GIS analysis of the Greenville, SC area and statutory citations for case study cities.

Research conducted as terminal project for Master of City and Regional Planning degree from Clemson University. Contact jtanenb (at) g.clemson.edu with any questions or comments.
Examines the regulation of food trucks (mobile food vending) in 15 U.S. cities in order to better plan for regulation of the industry in the city of Greenville, SC. Considers potential benefits and concerns of food trucks from social and economic perspectives. Includes GIS analysis of the Greenville, SC area and statutory citations for case study cities.

Research conducted as terminal project for Master of City and Regional Planning degree from Clemson University. Contact jtanenb (at) g.clemson.edu with any questions or comments.

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The broad question to be answered is: How should the city of Greenville encourage the
development of a thriving food truck industry? This question has two subsidiary
questions:
1. Are food trucks appropriate for the city of Greenville?
2. If so, what laws, regulations, programs or policies should Greenville enact in order to
encourage a thriving food truck industry?

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