The Way It Is | Cathy Moran of the Peach Boutique 

click to enlarge art5327widea.jpg

The West Valley City Council recently capped the number of taco-stand licenses at 15. Some council members feel they’re not aesthetically pleasing and are a burden to existing health inspectors’ workloads. City Weekly asked Cathy Moran of the Peach Boutique in the 9th & 9th district if she thought the ordinance was fair:

If there’s a serious concern about [health] regulations, that’s [an issue], but as far as them looking bad, I don’t think so. I don’t eat at taco stands, personally, but I know that that’s the way some people are supporting their families and making a living. As long as they’re following health codes they should be able to do their business. As long as they have customers why put them out of business?

Pin It
Favorite

Latest in The Way It Is

  • The Way It Is

    Congress recently passed a bill extending unemployment benefits for another 13 weeks nationwide. While the bill in Utah may help more than 12,000 unemployed in the state, Republican congressmen Chris Cannon and Rob Bishop voted against the bill, agreeing with President George W.
    • Nov 24, 2008
  • The Way It Is | Michael Berry of Michael Berry Custom Framing

    With the largest bank collapse in U.S. history hanging over desperate political negotiations on the proposed $700 billion Wall Street bailout, economic anxiety is running high across the country. City Weekly asked Michael Berry of Michael Berry Custom...
    • Oct 1, 2008
  • The Way It Is | Riki Eastmond of Bennion Jewelers

    School vouchers are re-emerging as a 2008 election issue. The Utah Democratic Party is reminding voters of Republican support of the voucher issue, which was defeated in referendum this past November. State GOP leaders, however, contend that school vouchers...
    • Sep 24, 2008
  • More »

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

© 2014 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation