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Commentary: Council Earns High Marks in 2013

At the close of the last Hermiston City Council meeting of 2013, Councilor Manuel Gutierrez made a comment about the current working relationship between...

City's Water Tower Could Get New Look

Hermiston’s water tower could get a brand new look in the coming months. The Hermiston City Council expressed interest Monday night in painting the city’s...

Water, Sewer Rates to Go Up 16% by July 2015

Beginning in January, water and sewer users in Hermiston will see their rates go up – the first of four rate increases over the...

Done! Hermiston Passes Mobile Vending Ordinance

When it comes to the saga of Hermiston’s efforts to regulate mobile food vending, the Grateful Dead may have said it best: What a...

Council to Vote on Mobile Food Vending Ordinance

After months of discussion and a series of public hearings, the Hermiston City Council will vote tonight on an ordinance regulating mobile food vendors. If...

Councilors at Odds Over Mobile Food Vending

On Monday night, the Hermiston City Council debated aspects of the draft ordinance regulating mobile food vendors. That debate continued on Tuesday with one...

Councilor: We're Trying to Avoid a Monopoly

The ongoing effort by the Hermiston City Council to establish an ordinance regulating mobile food vendors continued Monday night and will stretch into at...

Council Receives Draft Ordinance on Food Vendors

Hermiston moved one step closer Monday night to regulating mobile food vendors within the city. The Hermiston City Council’s subcommittee on mobile food vending presented...

Hermiston to Join County Dispatch System in 2014

If everything goes according to plan, Hermiston will be part of a county-wide emergency dispatch system by July 2014. The Hermiston City Council voted Monday...

Food Vendor Subcommittee Wraps Up Final Hearing

The city’s subcommittee on mobile food vendors held its fourth and final public hearing Tuesday night. Now it will comb through the feedback it...

Council OKs Policy Changes for Skydiving Operations

In anticipation of a proposed skydiving business at the Hermiston Municipal Airport, the Hermiston City Council on Monday night established a set of minimum...

Mobile Food Vendors – In Search of a Consenus

A small, but keenly interested group of citizens attended the third of four public hearings Monday aimed at shaping an ordinance that would regulate...

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