Kemah City Council at a special meeting on July 2 will consider amending the city’s policy on food trucks in town.

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The item on the agenda is labeled as including possible action regarding city ordinances related to mobile food vehicles and food truck parks. However, outside of registration fees, there aren’t many specifics on what the discussion could entail.

“This ordinance seems to come up often, and I would like to get direction on whether it should be completely rewritten,” city background material on the item reads.

The one specific policy included in the material relates to the $350 one-time permit, which expires on Dec. 31 each year, according to city documents.

Questions about whether that fee should either be prorated or remain good for a full year could be part of the discussion as well, documents show.

What else?

City Council could discuss policies of its governance, which may include dissolving prior committees, documents show.

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Kemah City Council will meet at 6 p.m. July 2 at council chambers at Kemah City Hall, 1401 State Hwy. 146, Kemah.