A STREET FOOD SUMMER: Food trucks are coming back to the city of Montreal for the first time in over six decades. On Tuesday, the city announced nine sites where trucks will be allowed to sell their delectables in and around the Ville Marie borough starting June 20, as part of pilot project. Vendors must rotate to different sites at least three times a day ensuring variety for hungry tourists and office workers. A seven-member selection committee will choose applicants, who have until May 24 to apply with the city, based on their creativity, quailty, appearance of their truck and food preparation knowledge. Permits cost $650.