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SF Mayor Ed Lee signs new food truck legislation into law
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Expect to see more food trucks like in neighborhoods that are currently off-limits in San Francisco.
On Friday, Mayor Ed Lee signed legislation that creates new rules for these moveable eateries.
Food trucks will now have to park at least 75-feet away from brick-and-mortar restaurants.
But they'll be able to set up closer to middle and high schools, and even go inside college campuses.
The compromise legislation has gotten good reviews from the Golden Gate Restaurant Association.
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