The city has already stated it reasons for believing that Insomniac's festival had, in fact, allowed its indoor stages to exceed pre-determined capacity volumes.
Much else remains up in the air at this point, as well -- including whether the city would welcome Electric Daisy Carnival's return in 2012, or whether Insomniac would even elect to, given the circumstances surrounding this year's event.
"It's too early to tell," Dallas city spokesman Frank Librio tells DC9.
In a report that aired on the 10 o'clock news last night, Dallas mayor Dwaine Carraway told the local CBS affiliate that the city needs to do a better job investigating the events it books.
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Repeated calls and emails to Insomniac Events have gone unanswered, and we're currently awaiting word from the mayor's office on the city's plans moving forward in its relationship with the Electric Daisy Carnival Promoters.