Wednesday, September 04, 2019

Kansas City Food Truck Rebellion Against Crossroads First Friday Street Crackdown

We talked about this controversy and now it's news fact . . . Take a look at the start of local foodie movement:

KC food truck vendors to meet about First Fridays

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Crossroads Community Association lost their liability insurance after the deadly shooting last month, when Erin Langhofer was killed at the August First Friday event. Because of the loss, food trucks won't be permitted at the event in September. Michael Bradbury is a longtime food truck owner.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think it shows the lack of inteligence that the crossroads event leaders of 1st Friday, blame food trucks for the homicide at their last event. And if they are not passing the buck and blaming them, why are they now banned. I only ever came to that dumb event for the street food. The KCMO health dept highly restricts where mobile food venders can sell, and thats only becuase the brick and mortor gigs pay more in taxes and have the city in their back pocket...so much for a Free country, well at least in the shithole of KCMO.

Anonymous said...

They want to sell ,then they should pay for permits and taxes,insurance. Pay to Play.

chuck said...

Typical. Ban Food Trucks and Black People will stop killing people.

Anonymous said...

When are the black community leaders going g to meet and discuss how blacks are responsible for black culture and how blacks can change black culture.

Anonymous said...

Food trucks are now required to be bullet proof. It just makes good sence.

Anonymous said...

Free malt liquor trucks at 18th & Vine, would solve the problem. Hipsters would be safe to mingle.

Anonymous said...

6:24 you should be more concerend about your comment and how to make it "Stupid Proof"!