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NYC May Double The Number Of Licensed Street Food Vendors In Next Seven Years

The New York City Council is trying to make life easier for the thousands of food vendors in NYC who choose to sell their goods on the street instead of in a traditional restaurant. Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and half a dozen other members of the City Council have introduced the Street Vending Modernization Act legislation, which would double the number of food vendor permits over the next seven years, the Times reports.
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