The official debut of trendy, gourmet food trucks in Dallas keeps inching closer.
In the past few weeks, the Arts District was rezoned to allow the mobile vendors. Now, two major regulatory hurdles remain: a rule that keeps the truck from staying in one place for over an hour and another that favors less hazardous (but often less healthy) modes of food preparation like cooking frozen chicken and deep-frying.
A City Council vote about the one hour restriction is scheduled for June 1st, according to Veletta Forsythe Lill, executive director of Downtown Dallas, Inc. and a major food truck advocate.
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