Saline City Council delayed a vote on a series of ordinance amendments to allow and regulate food trucks in the city.
It’s the second straight meeting action was delayed. On March 5, half of the members of council present voted against the ordinance because it allowed food trucks in certain commercial districts but prohibited them downtown.
A new draft of the ordinance appeared on Monday’s agenda. The new draft would allow the food trucks downtown on privately-owned lots. But the first order of business at Monday’s meeting was to remove the ordinance changes from the agenda. Mayor Brian Marl explained there were a few outstanding questions for city staff and the city attorney’s office.