Derry Farmers Market to stay open for summer
During the council workshops on the fiscal 2014 budget, the market director position, originally budgeted at $21,800, came under a great deal of scrutiny.
During the final vote on the budget, however, Osborne once again sought to cut the funding for the position. On the second go-round, his motion was successful.
“The $5,000 approved by the Town Council will be just enough to have the market operate this summer,” said Anderson. “At this point, there is no money for anything more than this season’s market.”
The market will be open every Wednesday from June 19 through Sept. 25, from 3 to 7 p.m.
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