HERMISTON — The first meeting Monday of the Hermiston’s mobile vendor subcommittee — made up of city councilors Manuel Gutierrez, George Anderson and George Kirwan — had committee members pulling examples of city mobile vendor regulations from across the country and asking for public response.

“The goal of this committee is not for us to sit up here and decide what to do,” Kirwan said. “We want input.”

The members discussed limiting the number of food vendors allowed in Hermiston, possibly capping the number at the current nine mobile food vendors.

The next subcommittee meeting will be Monday, Apr. 22 at 5 p.m. in city council chambers.

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