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Proposed Improvements Could Sink Fayetteville’s ‘Yacht Club’

Property Owner Seeks Clarity For Mobile Vendors

Posted: January 28, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Ann Harris, owner and operator of Zuppa Zuppa Soup Kitchen, hustles Monday from her kitchen at The Yacht Club on College in Fayetteville to deliver a lunch order to a driveup customer. Zuppa Zuppa, which is at 617 N. College Ave., offers original recipe soups and salad made with locally grown ingredients served with bread from various bakers in the Ozark Mountains.

Ann Harris can serve soup out of a trailer at 617 N. College Ave. for another nine months.

AT A GLANCE

City Code

Chapter 178 of Fayetteville’s Unified Development Code states that planning commissioners, when considering a variance to a mobile vendor’s 90-day permit, can “require appropriate conditions and safeguards, including semi-permanent or permanent improvements to the property.”

Source: City Of Fayetteville

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