KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- Kalamazoo City Commissioners are expected to approve ordinances that could make the downtown a tastier place in the future, taking up measures that would permit bakeries and breweries downtown.
Judy Sarkozy says she is counting on the action to make it possible for her to reopen a bakery downtown after her last bakery burned down in Feburary. Kalamazoo has had bakeries and a few brew pubs, but they either predated or were too small to be regulated by the current ordinance.
The Commission is also expected to approve a pilot project to allow the licensing of 10 food trucks for the first time. The portable food wagons will be limited to certain areas at certain times to provide more options for downtown visitors without hurting existing restaurants.