Joseph Fasy, a local chef, caterer and owner of the downtown butcher shop Hook and Cleaver, orders from a food truck after Tuesday’s planning board meeting. “I really liked the idea that we were able to bring food trucks into Fuquay-Varina,” he said at a planning board meeting Jan. 12. “They bring a certain aspect to the community. And they’re not going away.”
Joseph Fasy, a local chef, caterer and owner of the downtown butcher shop Hook and Cleaver, orders from a food truck after Tuesday’s planning board meeting. “I really liked the idea that we were able to bring food trucks into Fuquay-Varina,” he said at a planning board meeting Jan. 12. “They bring a certain aspect to the community. And they’re not going away.” Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
Joseph Fasy, a local chef, caterer and owner of the downtown butcher shop Hook and Cleaver, orders from a food truck after Tuesday’s planning board meeting. “I really liked the idea that we were able to bring food trucks into Fuquay-Varina,” he said at a planning board meeting Jan. 12. “They bring a certain aspect to the community. And they’re not going away.” Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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