Downtown Herndon could keep outdoor dining beyond pandemic

Outdoor dining could be here to stay in downtown Herndon.

Town Manager Bill Ashton is exploring ways to permanently implement outdoor dining, which was initially approved to help businesses survive during the pandemic and minimize COVID-19 transmission — a process that he says requires more research into legal and logistical ramifications.

Vice Mayor Cesar del Aguila kickstarted a public discussion to encourage restaurants to continue outdoor dining at a Herndon Town Council meeting Tuesday night (March 15).

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