Farmers' markets "underscore the demand in cities and towns for local community-oriented events that promote local produce and products, provide a venue for residents to socialize with each other, and create the opportunity to learn about agriculture and sustainability," said Brandi de Garmeaux, the town's coordinator for initiatives on sustainable living, in a staff report.
As for the decision to allow artificial grass at the Priory, the council can affirm the Planning Commission's March 20 decision based on the record so far, or reject the decision and set another public hearing.
On the Ford Field renovation, Public Works Director Howard Young recommends that the council approve the low bid by Jensen Corporation at $484,888.
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