Wouldn't it be wonderful if the Village actually took steps to promote food trucks by letting them offer their products on the streets of the Village during the warmer months, generate some tax revenue, and, not incidentally, make it more tasty to live here?
If food carts are set up on private property – as was done at Oak Park's Pilgrim Church or Chicago's Goose Island for their food truck rallies – it'd be easier to deliver a high-quality product at a good price without encountering the problems that seem endemic to food truck rallies.
It is fantastic and foresighted that the folks at Pilgrim Congregational decided to hold a Food Truck Rally in their parking lot this afternoon. They had no way of knowing what they were bringing forth.
2016 INCS Teacher Job Fair The Illinois Network of Charter Schools (INCS) will host our 11th annual Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at UNO Charter School Network (UCSN) Veterans Memorial Campus. Representatives from the state’s...