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Disabled Veterans Mobile Food Unit Vending Permit

Rule status: Adopted

Agency: DOHMH

Effective date: January 22, 2022

Proposed Rule Full Text
noi-mobile-food-vending.pdf

Adopted Rule Full Text
Ch.-6_NOA_Disabled-Veterans-MFV-Permit_Section-6-13.pdf

Adopted rule summary:

The amendment of section 6-13 removes subdivision (ii), which required any applicant for a disabled veterans mobile food unit vending permit to also hold a currently valid general vendor license from the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (“DCA”) (now known as the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection). This subdivision is being removed to conform the permit requirements applicable to disabled veterans to those requirements applicable to food vendors generally, who are not required to hold a DCA general vendor license to sell food from a mobile unit.

In addition to the above amendment to section 6-13, the Department has identified several technical amendments that are required to correct other parts of Chapter 6, specifically, correcting typographical errors in section 6-11 and Appendix 6-C-2 and removing use of full capitalization for the title of certain violation categories (i.e., General and Critical) by amending the spelling of these violation categories to use of title case font in Appendix 6-C under the column “Category”.

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