Efforts by Baltimore to limit the locations of Food Trucks around the city that compete with brick-and-mortar businesses selling the same products were finally stopped in their tracks this week. A Baltimore City Circuit court judge found that the 2014 ordinance that prohibited food trucks from operating within 300 feet of a brick-and-mortar business offering the same food was vague, that the required fair notice could not be given, and that enforcement of the law would be arbitrary and subjective as the law is currently written. The judge did not rule on the constitutionality of the ordinance and as a result, the food truck operators are contemplating an appeal in an effort to win that issue fight as well.