Fourth Street food truck idea hinges on Port Huron ZBA decision, lot owner says

An early concept for a food truck park at Fourth and Water streets in downtown Port Huron is shown. Property owner Scott Beedon said he hopes to make room for one food truck this summer after a ZBA approval on May 2.

An early thought for a food truck park at Fourth and Drinking water streets in downtown Port Huron is demonstrated. Property operator Scott Beedon explained he hopes to make room for one food truck this summer time right after a ZBA acceptance on May 2.

Very long-expression programs to construct out a small foodstuff truck court docket at Fourth and Drinking water streets downtown might cling on a selection from Port Huron’s zoning board of appeals Monday, according to the site’s operator.

Scott Beedon through the Beedon Group, LLC, is inquiring for a variance from the ZBA to sustain a temporary pod framework at 901 Fourth St.

And a idea format connected to the ask for demonstrates ample place at that corner to situate up to 3 food stuff vans all over the composition itself, together with a seating spot. But so far, Beedon said he’s just looking to begin with web hosting one meals truck this 12 months in advance of pursuing the greater notion down the street.

“Monday night’s variety of like the hinge position to consider and get the rest of it performed,” he claimed Friday. “… We can have a band and a foodstuff truck in there by Memorial Working day, and then, my purpose is to advertise the prospect for the pod.”

Beedon picked up the house in September very last yr, according to the county register of deeds.

Considering that then, he mentioned he has not been working with the pod and seemed to line up utility connections immediately after finding the ZBA’s Ok to keep it.

“I really do not have a master plan on the pod,” Beedon reported. “But I come to feel like it should really be a gift store or perhaps it is a smoothie shop. I just want to be ready to use the setting up to increase to or enhance what I (refer) to as a tiny food stuff truck park. We’re calling it The Great deal.”

Beedon added he’s received a food stuff truck in thoughts and prepared to make an announcement after Monday. He stated other aspects, this kind of as a emblem for The Lot, are also in the works.

The zoning board of appeals fulfills at 6 p.m. Monday at the Municipal Office Heart, 100 McMorran Blvd., in Port Huron. Agenda supplies can be located at

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This report originally appeared on Port Huron Periods Herald: Fourth Street foods truck idea hinges on ZBA determination, large amount owner suggests