Seabrook Selectmen take into consideration Seabrook Seaside food items truck ban

SEABROOK — Selectmen may well rethink the town’s current policy of enabling cellular foodstuff sellers to established up shop in the town seaside parking ton all through the summer season just after acquiring a amount of grievances. 

In accordance to Selectwoman Theresa Kyle, the challenge of continuing to allow for cell foodstuff sellers at the beach came to her awareness when community resident and businessman Charlie Preston raised the situation at a June selectmen’s assembly. Preston claimed the addition this yr of a significant foods truck from Sal’s Pizza is not the standard meals cart that selectmen have permitted for a long time.

Preston reminded selectmen that Route 1A (Ocean Boulevard) is specified a “scenic by-way” by the federal federal government, therefore billboards aren’t allowed. He reported the size of the truck and its significant concept seems to be a billboard to him. 

Sal’s Pizza truck is far from pretty, Selectwoman Theresa Kyle said, and it’s taking up multiple parking spaces at the town-owned lot at Seabrook Beach.

Seabrook’s city ordinance makes it possible for selectmen to difficulty a maximum of four permits every year to foodstuff cart vendors placing up at the city-owned beach parking lot. Every single cart can consider up only just one parking area in the large amount, and history checks are needed for people tending the cart. For many years, the same food sellers termed the whole lot their summer season tackle for a $25 permit payment.