The fate of food trucks is up for debate today. City leaders will meet at City Hall tonight to discuss a proposal that would drastically change the way the trucks operate in Jacksonville. A councilman wants to ban them from parks and neighborhoods ... AND also create a daily curfew. Channel 4's Erica Rakow joins us LIVE from City Hall downtown - Erica, food truck owners are worried this proposal could have devastating effects on their business... 3 IF THIS BILL IS PASSED, THEY DO BELIEVE IT WILL SIGNIFICANTLY HURT THEIR FOOD TRUCK BUSINESS.COUNCILMAN BROWN SAYS HE DOESN'T WANT TO SHUT THEM DOWN, BUT BELIEVES THERE NEEDS TO BE STRICTER RULES. 3 00-0506-1027-36A NEW BILL DRAFTED BY A JACKSONVILLE CITY COUNCILMAN HAS SOME FOOD TRUCKS WORRIED THEY'LL BE PHASED OUT ..Andrew Ferenc/ Owner of On The Fly Sandwiches and Stuff 22:16--22:20 "The rules they want to lay down is definitely going to make it hard for us to do business in Jacksonville." IF A BILL PROPOSED BY COUNCILMAN REGINALD BROWN IS APPROVED, ON THE FLY AND ALL OTHER FOOD TRUCKS WILL BE SUBJECT TO SEVERAL RESTRICTIONS.. THEY) WOULD NOT BE ALLOWED IN RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS OR NEXT TO RESTAURANTS, COULD NOT BE WITHIN 500 FEET OF A PUBLIC PARK AND THEY'D HAVE TO CLOSE DOWN BY MIDNIGHT.Reginald Brown/Jacksonville City Council 23:46--24:04 "Jacksonville is behind the curve when it comes to legislation or how we're actually going to roll out food trucks. Right now, people are kind of doing what they want to do. My intent is to get the food truck owners, as well as osme of the brick en mortars to come together and let's put together good legislation that we can all live with." FOOD TRUCKS ARE AMONG THE FASTEST GROWING BUSINESSES IN THE COUNTRY.. COUNCILMAN BROWN SAYS HE DOESN'T WANT TO SHUT THEM DOWN .. BUT SOME FOOD TRUCK OWNERS FEAR THAT COULD BECOME THE CASE.21:14--21:31 "Anything that says or tries to end food trucks is definitely, is going to scare me a little bit. But uh, we'll see what happens. I think you should try to support small, local businesses and that's what we are. I think we shoudl all stick together and not try to put each other out of business." THE MEETING TO DISCUSS THIS BILL IS HERE AT CITY HALL AT 3:00 THIS AFTERNOON.