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September 22, 2011

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Food truck saved by frat boys

by Deena Winter

Update to my last post about the Heoya food truck that found itself in violation of an outdated city code.

A UNL fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, has given the food truck a home: In their driveway at 519 N. 16th St.

Read it in the DN here.

We’ll see how long this arrangement lasts before the city finds another reason to shut ’em down.

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  1. paul mike grieger
    Sep 22 2011

    this is an example of “selective enforcement”

    We , in the past auctioned and liquidated estates and business inventories.
    I always had a “lunch” truck to serve the crowds…parked in the street in front of the home or business.

    Infact this practice still exists…plse donot inforn the director of public safety.
    I would not want to focus on this waste of “police” time.

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