A downtown Asheville lot — where local food truck owners hope will give them the visibility they need — is coming together.
Just south of the city’s bus terminal on Coxe Avenue, the food truck owners have installed electric drops, removed sections of asphalt for flower beds and started working on other beautification projects. As Xpress reported last month, the city’s permit system for downtown food trucks did not come with a location.
With the help of local construction firm, Kestrel Construction, the owners have been putting in their sweat and back muscles to make the lot a reality.
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