Committee will work out Richland's farmers' market problems

Committee will work out Richland's farmers' market problems »Play Video
RICHLAND, Wash. - Parking is the biggest issue surrounding the Richland Farmers' Market. Now that the city okayed use of the Parkway, there must be a compromise.

Some local merchants complain their customers can't get to them because market customers are parked in the spots.

There's also concern some vendors are selling the same products found at neighboring brick and mortar shops.

The city is trying to help everyone come to a solution.

Deputy City Manager Bill King said, "I am satisfied that the parties have agreed to work together and do the best they can with the issues between the two. We're pretty confident they can sort out some of these issues."

Richland says the Farmers' Market will resume its regular season on time.