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    Stewart, Amy (DBR)

    From: Bannister, Jorge (DBR) Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2019 8:29 AM To: Stewart, Amy (DBR) Subject: FW: [EXTERNAL] : Mobile Food Establishments

    Jorge Bannister Licensing Aide State of Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation Division of Commercial Licensing 1511 Pontiac Avenue, Bldg. 69-1 Cranston, R.I. 02920 Phone: (401) 462-9647 Fax: (401) 462-9645 Email: jorge.bannister@dbr.ri.gov From: Jane Christopher    Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 12:34 PM  To: Bannister, Jorge (DBR)   Cc: Sandra Giovanelli ; Jennifer Cameron   Subject: [EXTERNAL] : Mobile Food Establishments    Good afternoon, Jorge.    We have been considering here in Cumberland how best to approach the upcoming regulations for the state registration  of MBEs.    In the documentation you sent previously, and as seen on the DBR section of the SOS site, any MBE that has renewed or  obtained a license with us prior to July 1, 2019, has a grace period until December 31, 2019 before it is mandatory they  register with the State.    Our current licenses expire March 31st. We thought we would offer our licensees the option to:    1. either renew their existing license with Cumberland and pro‐rate the fee through December 31, 2019, whereupon  they would conform with the new state regulations; or,    2.: pro‐rate their renewal through June 30, 2019, setting their conformance date to July 1.    We would also be sending the licensees copies of the new regulations for reference.    Our question to you is: if we offer, and the licensee selects, option #1, are we in any way in non‐compliance with the  state? Would you require notification from us of those MBEs who choose this option?    Thank you for your assistance. I expect you are fielding a lot of questions.    Jane Christopher  Deputy Town Clerk  

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  • From: jimmckiv@aol.com To: Bannister, Jorge (DBR) Subject: [EXTERNAL] : Del"s Lemonade Trucks & Carts Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 11:37:57 AM

    Hi Jorge,

    I own the Del's Lemonade in East Providence and service East Providence, Providence and Barrington. Will this new regulation effect me? I also have several Del's push carts in Providence.

    Sincerely, Jim McKivergan

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  • From: Bannister, Jorge (DBR) To: Stewart, Amy (DBR) Cc: Taylor, Tina (DBR); Desilets, LeeAnn (DBR) Subject: FW: [EXTERNAL] : Food Trucks Date: Friday, February 22, 2019 8:54:55 AM Attachments: image002.jpg

    Good Morning, Amy, Raymond Pacheco from the Providence Fire Department sent this along to me to let me know what their basic standards are for inspecting food trucks. Thought this would be helpful. Thank you, Jorge Bannister Licensing Aide State of Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation Division of Commercial Licensing 1511 Pontiac Avenue, Bldg. 69-1 Cranston, R.I. 02920 Phone: (401) 462-9647 Fax: (401) 462-9645 Email: jorge.bannister@dbr.ri.gov From: Pacheco, Raymond (Plan Review) Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2019 4:10 PM To: Bannister, Jorge (DBR) Cc: Went, Andrew Subject: [EXTERNAL] : Food Trucks Greetings, I am the one of the inspectors in Providence that conducts food truck inspections. Although I have searched NFPA and the state fire code, it appears that nothing is documented on protecting propane tanks from projectile while the vehicle is in transport. In Providence we require all food trucks that maintain exterior propane tanks to be protected by a secured diamond cut metal box with a door and accessible shut off switch on the propane tank in case of emergency. In the event projectile from spinning tires on the road, strike a propane tank, it is protected. This also may provide protection from minor accidents. As the AHJ, we have implemented these practices to protect tanks from unexpected contact or impact during transport. This also limits access to the elements which over time will affect the

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  • integrity of the tanks. Just wanted to give our input at PFD. Thank You. RPacheco_Esignature_2014

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  • From: Carol Aquilante To: Bannister, Jorge (DBR) Cc: Lyn Antonuccio Subject: [EXTERNAL] : Mobile Food Establishments Date: Tuesday, February 05, 2019 12:10:12 PM

    Hello Jorge Does the mobile food truck (State Permit) require a State Department of Health inspection at the onset of the permit and consecutively each year. Thank you Carol A. Aquilante, CMC Town Clerk Probate Clerk Municipal Court Clerk Smithfield Town Clerk’s Office 64 Farnum Pike Smithfield, R.I. 02917 401-233-1000 x111 401-232-7244 Fax Please consider your environmental responsibility before printing this e-mail. This e-mail transmittal (and attachments, if any) is intended only for the addressee shown above. It may contain information that is privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected from disclosure. Any review, dissemination or use of this transmission or its contents by persons other than the addressee is strictly prohibited. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify us immediately by reply e-mail and destroy the original and all copies of this transmittal. Thank you.

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  • From: Carol Aquilante To: Bannister, Jorge (DBR) Cc: Lyn Antonuccio Subject: [EXTERNAL] : Mobile Food Establishments Date: Tuesday, February 05, 2019 12:15:55 PM

    Dear Jorge Question Number 2 We do not have Viewpoint. However, your regulations would mandate the Town to have it. Would we be able to track the State Permit, as well as the State tracking the cities and towns. I really do not feel that the State Regulations should mandate the cities and towns to have Viewpoint without some subsiding from the State because of the their charges. Thank you Carol A. Aquilante, CMC Town Clerk Probate Clerk Municipal Court Clerk Smithfield Town Clerk’s Office 64 Farnum Pike Smithfield, R.I. 02917 401-233-1000 x111 401-232-7244 Fax Please consider your environmental responsibility before printing this e-mail. This e-mail transmittal (and attachments, if any) is intended only for the addressee shown above. It may contain information that is privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected from disclosure. Any review, dissemination or use of this transmission or its contents by persons other than the addressee is strictly prohibited. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify us immediately by reply e-mail and destroy the original and all copies of this transmittal. Thank you.

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  • From: Timothy A Pray To: Bannister, Jorge (DBR) Subject: [EXTERNAL] : Mobile food units Date: Friday, January 25, 2019 2:32:14 PM

    Mr. Bannister,

    I am writing regarding the proposed legislation for Mobile Food Vehicles.

    I am the chairperson for the Warren Rotary Club’s Warren Quahog Festival.

    We have had a mobile food license for over 35 years, but we do not have any type of vehicle or trailer.

    We set up our kitchen under canopy tents. We have the Warren fire marshal check our set up each year before we begin operation of our weekend event to make sure we have all the necessary fire extinguishers on hand and are spectator safe under his guidance. We also have a fireman, an EMT and 3 to 4 local police detail officers on hand for spectator safety and assistance.

    We invite the RI Health Department to our event for a 10 a.m. inspection of the food services that we provide prior to selling any food. They perform a thorough inspection of our eq