Tamales? Tamales? We have all had the encounter of the tamale vendors selling out of their van in the food store parking lot.
So, do they have a health inspection sticker on the van? Are they paying rental space on that parking spot? Do the pay taxes on the cash sales; do they have any license of any kind? Just what is in those tamales? And why do people still buy them?
Why is it, the county and cities do nothing about this, yet require mutable layers of regulations inspections on everyone else? I have complained to the city of Yucca Valley where I shop every Sunday for groceries. Why does the store manager have to go out and tell them to leave and they return every week, sometimes within an hour. When I point out to them, what they are doing is illegal, suddenly they don’t speak English? I had one who did speak English get into a shouting match with me about how I was not respecting him, really, no shit? You are correct; I have no respect for someone who cheats the system that everyone else has to adhere to.
All cities and counties are hurting for income and are quick to come after established business, yet they allow this underground economy to flourish and seem to turn a blind eye to these people. What is it going to take, someone to get really sick eating mystery meat tamales, made in someone’s kitchen before the health department and cities go “ oh my we had no idea” an when will John Q Public stop buying from these people, what is wrong with you? You won’t buy an apple in the store unless it is perfect, yet you buy homemade tamales, made by whom? where, with what?.
So in short, YUCCA VALLEY and the San Bernardino County get off your ass and do your job! Oh and here is the license California plate # of the van 4ASR265
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