Friday, August 28, 2009

More A La Cart??

The chair of the Toronto Board of Health — the body that oversees the pilot project — acknowledges there is room for improvement but disagrees that the vendors are over-regulated.

"There a few glitches and we are sorting that out — such as what makes a viable location, what food sells well [and] what doesn't," said city Coun. John Filion. "We are evaluating all of that. That has nothing to do with bureaucratic red tape or regulation."

I know this is old news, but not over regulated?? What is a city councilor evaluating how these foods sell? Does the city make a different amount of money based on how well the cart sell there? And if so, isn't it a bit too micro-managing to evaluate just how well for what type of cart? The health and safety thing; for sure, but c'mon...

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