Phasing out food trucks in Jacksonville. That's what these small-business owners worry new legislation could do... 3 3 Good Evening everyone. AndrewFrenenc is the owner of "On the Fly" food truck. He says he's open to hearing what restrictions a city councilman is proposing... but fears they will have devastating consequences. These restrictions include banning food trucks from parks and neighborhoods... Even giving them a daily curfew for when they must close. Food trucks are among the fastest growing businesses in the country. So, you can imagine this new proposal is creating a lot of buzz around the city. Channel 4's Ashley Harding spoke with the man behind the bill. She joins us now live from the Southbank... Ashley? 3 3 Food trucks definitely are growing in popularity and the councilman tells me he doesn't want to see them out of Jacksonville, but says there needs to be rules. He says he's heard concerns from restaurant owners. But it does have some food truck owners a bit concerned. 3 0-510-1550-55///nats/// TRACK Every day, there's a long line outside of On The Fly Sandwiches and Stuff. This is probably no surprise given the incredibly menu they have to offer."I love what I do, I love the food truck, I love the food that I deliver out of the truck. I love my customers, it's just a great business."TRACK If a new bill passes, On The Fly...along with countless other food trucks, will be subject to some very heavy restrictions. The way the bill is written now, food trucks: --would not be allowed in residential neighborhoods --would not be allowed next to restaurants -- they couldn't be within 500 feet of a public park --they'd also have to close by midnight"jacksonville is behind the curve when it comes to legislation."TRACK Councilman Reginald Brown drafted the bill and says it's not about driving food trucks away, it's about bringing order to this new growing venture."Food trucks are fastly coming to Jacksonville and we want to have some order. Right now, I can tell you that I've dealt with two in particular. Both of those guys have set their food trucks adjacent to a business or a restaurant."TRACK Andrew Ference says his food truck hurts no one."I don't think food trucks are a threat to brick en mortars,. If anything they draw more people to the area. I mean, if a customer comes this way and our line is too long, they're going to turn around and go to another restaurant. We're not a threat to restaurants by any means."TRACK A meeting to discuss the bill is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon at City Hall.Councilman Brown says this is all about laying ideas out on the table."we're encouraging folks to come out. But we have the dialogue that's needed. We'll take the best practices from places like Seattle and Cleveland and make it fit for Jacksonville." One thing I also asked the councilman was...woudl this affect the ice cream man? Since we're talking about trucks in neighborhoods. He said no, that's a different matter. Those guys are constantly mobile, therefore there are different rules for them. Live, AH Ashley, if this bill were to be passed ...any idea when it might take effect?