UPDATE: Goudeau’s campaign succeeded. The taco truck will remain in its current City Hall-friendly location, lot owner has agreed.
Regina Dick-Enrrizzi, Office of Small Business, presents
Rafael Vizcaino, owner of the taco truck, with a congratulatory gift
Photo by Matthew Goudeau
From The San Francisco Chronicle
BY LEAH GARCHIK
“Stars used to be the power lunch spot for City Hall insiders,” writes spy M.G., but “that’s so ’90s.” In the current era, the new Stars is Los Compadres taco truck, in the parking lot at Hayes and Polk. And now, writes M.G., one of many loyal customers aghast at the prospect, Central Parking Systems, which operates the lot, has told owner Rafael Vizcaino that June 13 is the last day the truck can be there.
“Since we’re political monsters,” says the spy who came out of the cold and e-mailed, “we’re doing some grassroots organizing to save our favorite taco joint.” Taco-istas have created a Facebook group, “I Heart the City Hall Taco Truck,” and are also engaged in an e-mail campaign.
This may seem like a frivolous campaign, but picture this:
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