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The Boston Globe


Letters to the editor

Globe Magazine readers respond to stories about food trucks, Facebook shenanigans, and recipes.


Your compilation of various food truck emporiums (“Everything Guide to Boston’s Food Trucks,” April 7) provides a list detailing cuisine, what to get, and more. But the list ignores people with disabilities, members of our population who will have great difficulty getting the service they deserve and have a right to expect. A food truck prevents a person in a wheelchair from having eye contact with the business operator. It inhibits the transfer of cash or credit card use. It eliminates the ability of people with limited vision from reading the menu high on a vehicle. The list goes on. These food trucks are not in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act to serve the public on the streets.

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