Food Trucks, Noise Ordinance on Sister Bay Agenda
The Village of Sister Bay Plan Commission will discuss a number of hot-button-issues at its meeting Tuesday, Aug. 23.
First up, the commission will hold a public hearing about proposed changes to its ordinance regulating the operations of food trucks in the village. A public hearing beings at 5:30 pm, Aug. 23.
The new ordinance would allow “mobile food-vendor courts” in the B-1 district as a conditional use. It also allows food trucks on lots of at least 20,000 square feet, with up to four trucks per lot; bars the use of tents in conjunction with food trucks; and addresses signage, seating, lighting, health and safety related to the trucks.
The agenda also includes an item about the future of the old Village Hall. The commission is expected to make a formal recommendation to the Parks, Facilities, and Streets Committee and the Village Board. The building has been a topic of conversation at various planning levels since at least 2008, when early iterations of the village’s waterfront overhaul included moving or razing the structure.
The agenda also includes discussion of the use of the post office property and the boathouse located behind the village hall, in addition to several development proposals for review, including Al Gokey’s proposal for the property at 2399 Maple Drive.
The hearing will be held via Zoom. Find the agenda, ordinance and Zoom link here>>