Scott Valen, right, serves up a burger and fries from Stacks, one of the two food trucks which greeted dozens of customers at the new food truck lot in Tacoma earlier this year. The Puyallup City Council is considering a pilot program would allow food trucks to locate on public street parking.
Scott Valen, right, serves up a burger and fries from Stacks, one of the two food trucks which greeted dozens of customers at the new food truck lot in Tacoma earlier this year. The Puyallup City Council is considering a pilot program would allow food trucks to locate on public street parking. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Scott Valen, right, serves up a burger and fries from Stacks, one of the two food trucks which greeted dozens of customers at the new food truck lot in Tacoma earlier this year. The Puyallup City Council is considering a pilot program would allow food trucks to locate on public street parking. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Want more food trucks in Puyallup? Council considering adopting pilot program

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