Lodi enforcing old law that has many vendors asserting livelihood at risk
Luis, left, who declined to give his last name, and Adan Flores pay for their lunch at the Picosita catering truck at the corner of Church Street and Turner Road on Tuesday afternoon in Lodi. The catering truck is asking for customers support while the city attempts to close them from business. (Angelina Gervasi/News-Sentinel)
Posted: Tuesday, August 15, 2006 10:00 pm
The city of Lodi has begun enforcing an existing but unused
section of the city's zoning laws that could force many of the
city's mobile vendors, including lunch trucks, out of business or
at least out of Lodi.
For the past three years, Alfonso Ochoa and his wife, Veronica
Gomez, have supported themselves selling tacos, burritos, tortas
and tostadas from their truck, Picosita, at the corner of Church
Street and Turner Road.
Tuesday, August 15, 2006 10:00 pm.