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Commissioners: Food trucks have a place but not on Navarre Beach public property

| Wendy Victora Rudman

A request to have a food truck festival in a Navarre Beach public parking lot once a month sparked a discussion at the April 22 Santa Rosa Board of County Commissioners monthly work session.

That request was just one of the inquiries the county has received, County Administrator Dan Schebler told commissioners.  The central issue, commissioners said, is whether allowing vendors to use public property would negatively impact small businesses that already have signed agreements with the county.

The shape of Navarre Beach changed significantly following Hurricane Sally. Santa Rosa County estimates 265,000 cubic yards of sand were lost.
Commissioners discussed and agreed April 22 not to allow food trucks to set up on public property unless they were part of a permitted event.

 

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