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     Important Meeting tonight from 6:30 to 8:30 in City Hall (click here for the Facebook page for the event).

***  Apparently Randy Patterson decided by himself in July that there would be no more food carts. Why? Did it apply to everyone? Who gave him the authority?


**   LIP News has exclusively obtained the below recent Attorney – Client Agreement. The names have been redacted at this time.


*  You would think Randy would have more important things to worry about! Like that $1.5 million dollar loan the city gave to MAW Communications that will never be paid back!



     “There are no other permitted carts out there,” Randy Patterson, director of economic development and neighborhood revitalization, told City Council at Monday’s committee meeting.
     “It makes no sense to me to have a city ordinance to address a single cart in a single location,” he said.
     City Council concurred, and gave Patterson the go-ahead to draft an ordinance that would eliminate the food cart ordinance for downtown.
From today’s LNP article, “Lancaster city looks to eliminate little-used downtown food cart permits,” (click here).
     Really, Randy? Suddenly you are worried about an ordinance that you claim no one is using? Does it have anything to do with this video and recent developments?


Please check back later today.


  1. Anonymous says:

    Respect? He asked her a simple question and she THREATENED him! What a B*tch!

  2. Ohwellist says:

    How much is the license? I hope he got his money back! Who the heck does that woman think she is demanding respect from that man as if hes disrespecting her?! Typical cop behavior in Lancaster where do they get that from? If you voice your opinion or ask questions its disrespect. Why didnt she just tell him “hey can you move your cart to another area?” Joses always on that damn bike! They need to put all that body to work. Big for no reason smh.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m not getting sound from the video? What is the background on this?

    • Becky says:

      Did you click the sound on? In April of 2016 he applied to the Lancaster City’s health department for a food cart license and received it. But then within a day or so City Health Officer Kim Wissler and City Police Officer Jose De La Torre (the video) showed up and told him he could not be in the square.

  4. WTF? says:

    Respect is earned. Respect is a 2 way street.