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Ridgefield’s food cart pod could be a permanent fixture, with help from the city council

Carts by the Park has been operating under a temporary-use permit that's about to expire

By Shari Phiel, Columbian staff writer
Published: March 11, 2024, 2:28pm
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Carts by the Park, Ridgefield’s popular food cart pod on Pioneer Street, is getting closer to making its location a permanent one.

The new development standards for food cart pods unanimously recommended by the city’s planning commission would make that possible, if approved by the Ridgefield City Council.

Claire Lust, Ridgfield’s community development director, presented the proposed code changes during the planning commission’s public hearing Wednesday.

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