Posts Tagged ‘Helder Gil’

No, D.C. Does Not Require Minimum Alcohol Pours

The D.C. Office of Weights and Measures normally sticks to duties like making sure you get a full gallon of gas at the pump and ensuring grocery store scales are calibrated correctly. A few weeks ago, however, the office decided to take on a more arcane issue: the underpouring of alcohol. But in their attempt to educate bars […]

D.C. Government Wants Food Trucks To Spread Out A Bit More

"Our encouragement to food trucks is to go out to other neighborhoods and scope out new potential locations. Not just keep going to the same place over again. Huge benefit of being mobile."—Helder Gil, legislative affairs specialist for the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, telling DCist about the city's intention to reduce "food […]