Farmers market may last into fall
The market became a source of contention among the Town Council members during the spring budget workshops.
The initial motion by Councilor Mark Osborne failed, but the issue was revisited and eventually the position was scaled back to $5,000.
"If we do continue through October, it will fall under a private entity and a different location," said Ferrante. "The final decision will depend on how many vendors want to extend for another four weeks."
Ferrante said the market got off to a somewhat slow start this summer, especially given the rainy weather, but that interest and business has picked up considerably over the past month.
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