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streetfoodla.jpegBoyle Heights residents want to sell you street meat and more. Locals are banding together, organizing town hall meetings, to put pressure on the City of Los Angeles to legalize street food vending through a policy that would provide a licensing process for vendors to sell street foods without fear of penalization. If approved, the policy would boost entrepreneurship in this low income area but also offer new dining destinations for the city's food-inclined contingent. Those in support should visit Casa Valdez at 2907 E. 1st Street on July 26 at 6 pm. [EaterWire]

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