Brick-N-Motor could be back up and running at a Henrietta office park as soon as Friday, May 3.
Last night, the Henrietta Town Board approved, by a 4 to 1 vote, a special permit for the food truck to operate at the Eagle's Landing Business Park. First, though, the truck owners have to meet with Terry Ekwell, the town's director of building and fire prevention, for inspections of the site and the truck, says Paul Vroman, co-owner of Brick-N-Motor. Vroman says that he and his business partner, Nathan Hurtt, hope the meeting happens today.
The permit allows the truck to operate only at the office park.
"It doesn't allow us to roam around Henrietta," Vroman says.
He also says that the town expects other food trucks to apply for permits, but that they'll be decided on a case by case basis.
Up until March 15, Brick-N-Motor was operating at the office park two days a week for six months. But the town told the owners to stop, and that they needed a permit.