JCC explains new food truck regulations

The Norfolk-based Karnage Asada is the first food truck to apply for a permit to operate regularly in York County. (Image courtesy of Karnage Asada)

With spring on the horizon, James City County residents can expect to see food trucks operating in new locations once warm weather arrives. James City County’s Board of Supervisors voted to permit the operation of food trucks in November and December. The county issued a press release Friday to help citizens understand how food trucks […]

York County Board of Supervisors elects new chair


York County’s Board of Supervisors elected a new chairman Tuesday night. According to a county press release, Sheila S. Noll of District 2 will serve as Board Chair in 2017. Jeffrey D. Wassmer (District 4) was elected Vice Chairman. Noll is serving her sixth term on the Board of Supervisors and has previously served as […]

JCC Supes approve funding for Marina brewery

The entrance to the JCC Marina. (Photo courtesy of James City County)

Grants from James City County and its Economic Development Authority will allow for the construction of a brewery at the James City County Marina. The county’s Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 at Tuesday night’s meeting to pass a memorandum of agreement that will, according to meeting documents, “set forth the parameters of the funding relationship […]

Food trucks will operate on public land in James City County

The Offbeat Eats food truck was created by Jason and Jon Wade of Two Drummers Smokehouse in James City County. (Kirsten Petersen/ WYDaily)

After months of careful consideration, James City County will now permit the operation of food trucks. The JCC Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday night to pass an ordinance amendment to the county code allowing food truck vendors to operate their businesses within specified zoning areas of the county. “This has become a very popular dining […]