Some of us love them... while others have some concerns - The on-going battle over Food trucks...in Jacksonville. Tonight-- city leaders move forward with a plan they hope will accommodate both the trucks and local business owners. 3 Good evening. The fight continues over the future of food trucks in Jacksonville. City leaders say they will put together a panel of food truck operators - and business owners to develop an official ordinance to regulate WHEN, WHERE and HOW food trucks can operate in the city.. Tim Pulliam is live in downtown Jacksonville with more on what came out of the meeting...Tim? 3 The first meeting will take place in two weeks.Tonight was a chance for everyone to come together to figure how both can co-exist. 3 00-0647-531:06-1:121:34From business owners NAT POP 081045 Those of us who have restaurants downtown we have trouble surviving. ..To food truck operators.NAT POP 080653 I just ask that you please make it possible for me to make a living so that I can support my family.Tonight both expressed their support - and their concerns over the city's proposed ordinance to regulate them.The proposal would require food trucks to stay.. Food Truck Proposal - 500 ft. from city parks unless permitted - 500 ft. from residential areas - No vending would allowed within 25 ft. of a public street - Vendors would have to close down at midnight Kelly Pickens owns The Pink Cupcake downtown .She also operates a food truck - and she feels the city's proposed regulations are too restrictive.Kelly Pickens/The Pink Cupcake 085439 We have a lot of different rules when you have a shop and some of the same rules are carrying over. So a lot of the things discussed this evening are the same rules. So to tax us even more with the rules were already following, but then add on to that, is a little too much in my opinion.Subway owner Joe Mall says he's tired of food truck customers leaving trash around his business - and using his restrooms.He believes the regulations would ensure fair competition.Joe Mall/ Owns Subway in Hemming Plaza, supports food trucks 085813 These people come in they work four, five hours. They work off the people who are already here and then they take off to another place later on. And it hurts your business? Absolutely, and we are supporting their business without getting any revenue benefit from it.City Council Member Reginald Brown says the current proposal will be tweaked with the help of a committee - made up of both food truck operators and business owners at the meeting tonight.Reginald Brown/City Council Member 090244 I believe we have a good panel, 17 volunteers and were are going to use city staff to help spearhead this but this committee will fall under public health and safety. 3 The first meeting is in two weeks here at city hall. No date or time set yet.The committee hopes to have an ordinance in place in 90 days.