Board Bill Number 27 Votes | Session 2020-2021

Third Party Food Delivery and Establishments

Board Bill

The Board Bill would impose certain transparency requirements and restrictions on “third-party food delivery services” and “food establishments”, as these terms are defined in in the Bill. These include requirements that third-party food delivery services and food establishments disclose their policies regarding delivery worker gratuities, that third-party food delivery services disclose the commissions charged food establishments for online orders taken through their platforms, and require that food establishment’s their Health Department performance and risk-based inspection letter grades on platforms used to take online orders. The Board Bill would also prohibit third-party food delivery services from imposing requirements regarding food establishments’ prices for online orders, cap delivery fees at 5%, and require third-party food delivery services to obtain business licenses.

View Board Bill 27 details

07/17/2020 Final Passage Vote Results

This board bill was part of a consent vote along with BB 27, BB 64, BB 88, BB 89

Noes (0)

No "no" votes recorded

Did Not Vote (1)

Ward Alderman
25 Shane Cohn

Abstain (0)

No aldermen abstained from vote

Present (0)

No "present" votes recorded

Absent (1)

Ward Alderman
11 Sarah Martin

Vacant Seat (0)

No vacant seat

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