‘Cupcake Ordinance’ Moving Forward In Aledo

The Aledo City Council moving forward with a “Cupcake Ordinance.” City Administrator Chris Sullivan says the measure simply provides more clarity for home kitchen operations and those groups, churches, and organizations that do less than $1,000 in monthly prepared food sales. He provided an example to aldermen this week.

Sullivan says the Mercer County Health Department would still have the responsibility and authority to respond to any complaints. The Aledo City Council also plans to move forward with updating the Neighborhood Vehicle Registration or side-by-side ordinance says Mayor Chris Hagloch.

For new registrations, the annual $50 fee will be cut in half to $25 if the sticker is purchased after the first half of the year.