Three different communities in three different states this past week began entertaining legislation that will ease further entry of food trucks into the marketplace. The Chicago suburb of Barrington, Illinois is considering legislation to allow food trucks to operate in certain areas where businesses may have requests them or on private parking lots with the owner’s permission. Similarly, the Connecticut town of New Milford is contemplating legislation, requested by local breweries that will permit food trucks to operate on private property in partnership with other businesses. Proponents pointed to Ridgefield, which passed a similar ordinance last year, and proponents claim they had no impact on brick and mortar restaurants. And the third leg of this stool is in Troy, NY, where a local minor league baseball team will be sponsoring a Food Truck Festival for the first time at its home field on August 3.