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WaPo follows up on the NBC4 investigation into the brouhaha boiling up between food truck operators and city parking enforcement. The Department of Public Works now has a two-person crew assigned to crack down on food trucks that violate parking rules. The tasty truckers say they’re been unfairly targeted while other violators are ignored. The city suggests the complaints are overblown, citing only 68 citations issued to the roving restaurants on wheels. Josh Saltzman, co-owner of the PORC food truck, disputes the city’s figures. He tells The Post, “My company alone has received over 40 of these targeted violations.”