“If we can tap into the success of the food trucks to bring people downtown, then we are in good shape,” said Commissioner Peter Hernandez, who said the issue will go before the city leaders at a future meeting. One of the ideas floated is to move half the food trucks to 20th Avenue and keep the other half at Young Circle, forcing people to walk several blocks down through downtown Hollywood to see them all. “I think the event is very successful,” said Hernandez. “But I don’t want to hurt our businesses that pay taxes to the city.” At about 5:30 p.m., 20 trucks start lining up around the perimeter of the park, only a short walk away from the downtown business district.
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