Metropolis officers met by Zoom on Could 12 with Matt Rossi, president of the Philly Mobile Food Association, to debate the group’s proposal to arrange 4 vehicles a day on every of three personal tons. Prospects would place and pay for orders upfront, then decide them up from tables subsequent to the vehicles within the lot — a course of an identical to that used legally by most takeout eating places. The truck home windows would stay closed. The assembly was optimistic, mentioned metropolis spokesperson Lauren Cox. A follow-up assembly on Could 15 with Karen Fegely, deputy commerce director for neighborhood enterprise companies, was much less promising, Rossi mentioned.