The legislation was written to encourage food-truck vendors while also limiting where they operate to protect brick-and-mortar restaurants. But some truck operators expressed concern the new limits would hurt their business.
03-04-2014 | Source: News and Record (Greensboro, N.C.)
Bars, restaurants and grocery stores that sell alcohol owe North Carolina taxpayers nearly $8 million. State tax collectors think they've come up with a way to make those businesses pay: Pull their liquor licenses.