Signs may put one SoNo truck vendor out of business

A food fight in South Norwalk!The owners of a food truck say new parking signs in SoNo may put them out of business.Frank and Domenica

SOUTH NORWALK - A food fight in South Norwalk!

The owners of a food truck say new parking signs in SoNo may put them out of business.

Frank and Domenica Giannattasio say they usually park their truck near the intersection of Washington and Main streets.

They say they park there late at night on weekends selling sandwiches to the late-night bar crowds.

Recently, Norwalk officials put up "no vendor parking" signs and the couple says the change came without warning.

Mayor Dick Moccia is offering the couple a parking spot a few blocks away, near the police station.

However, the couple says it's an area where they won't see many customers.

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