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Ridgefield: ‘We really don’t have standards for permanent food cart pods’ — but that could change

City council hears study that could guide vision for regulating current, future development

The Columbian
Published: August 14, 2023, 6:05am
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Janie Wood, left, and Karen Lyles, both of Ridgefield, take a break for good food and conversation at Carts by the Park on Wednesday afternoon. The city council held a work session Thursday to consider development regulations specific to food cart pods.
Janie Wood, left, and Karen Lyles, both of Ridgefield, take a break for good food and conversation at Carts by the Park on Wednesday afternoon. The city council held a work session Thursday to consider development regulations specific to food cart pods. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Ridgefield’s popular food cart pod will likely have to meet new development regulations by early next year. The city council held a work session on the proposed regulations Thursday.

“The purpose of the study session was for the council to start talking about what their vision for the current pod in Ridgefield is,” Claire Lust, director of the city’s community development department, said in an interview Thursday.

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