Food trucks are back on the agenda for the City of Aiken Planning Commission. The commission will invite public comment Tuesday, June 13, on a proposed measure governing when and how food trucks can operate in the City.
AIKEN – As the City of Aiken embarks on an aggressive effort addressing long-neglected infrastructure, the South Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority has awarded the City a $500,000 grant to support that effort.
Aiken City Council will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. tonight, Wednesday May 17, 2017, to consider first reading of the FY 2018 budget.
AIKEN — All parks in the City of Aiken will begin prohibiting the use of tobacco in any form, to include electronic cigarettes and other analogs, on June 1, 2017. Signs reinforcing the new policy will be placed in the parks in the coming weeks.
Measures governing when and how food trucks can set up shop in the City of Aiken will be discussed during a City of Aiken Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, May 9 at 6 pm.
The meeting will take place in City Council chambers in the Municipal Building at 214 Park Avenue SW and it is open to the public.
In November 2016, the City concluded the process of creating a new Strategic Plan. One recommendation included in the plan is to revise the city’s ordinance regarding mobile food vendors.
The Aiken City Council will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, at 5pm to discuss Downtown Redevelopment and Parking Garage.