A new proposal may help resolve the fight between food trucks and restaurants in Columbus.
The proposal calls for restaurant and food truck owners to sign good-neighbor agreements.
If implemented, it would include rules on times food trucks can park and sell food and how they must appear.
The agreements would allow businesses to work more closely by operating with less government control.
The Columbus Dispatch reports that members of the Central Ohio Restaurant Association presented the plan to a city council member earlier this month.
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