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Food trucks are not idling in Clark County

After decade in county, they bring innovation, but face challenges

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Little Conejo Norte employee Jacob Brill hands a bag of chips to a customer at Carts by the Park in Ridgefield.
Little Conejo Norte employee Jacob Brill hands a bag of chips to a customer at Carts by the Park in Ridgefield. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

It’s been 10 years since Steve Valenta founded the Mighty Bowl food truck and ushered in a new era of mobile food units.

Valenta’s wasn’t the first food truck in Vancouver. Bob Buell and Ray Stephens opened the Weiner Wagon and Patty Wagon back in 1976, before the Weiner Wagon was taken over by Skip Ballweber at the corner of 12th and Main streets, but the Mighty

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