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Isn't the true cost of this thing closer to $50M? Isn't that going to be the cost of the bonds? Might be $25M to build but funding it typically costs about twice as much. So that would put the average per household cost closer to $100 per year.. You can't just throw floors on top of a building...especially when they have to be built out of reinforced concrete. There's a little…
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Hannibal Farmer's Market seeking vendors

11 months, 2 weeks ago by Bob Gough

Vendors who provide homegrown and homemade produce and products are welcome to attend

The Hannibal Farmer’s Market is currently seeking vendors for the 2014 season. Interested vendors may attend a special informational meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 15th starting at 6:30pm at Kerley’s Pub, 210 N. Main Street in downtown Hannibal. Here you will receive a packet detailing all pertinent information on the Market including an application for space rental. Members of the Hannibal Farmer’s Market committee will be on hand to answer questions. 

Vendors who provide homegrown and homemade produce and products are welcome to attend. If you might grow more vegetables in your garden than you’re able to use, have extra plants such as perennials or herbs, bake fresh foodstuffs, or hand-make quality fun and useful craft items, the Hannibal Farmer’s Market is the perfect venue to sell your products direct to the consumer. 

The 2014 Hannibal Farmer’s Market will open on Saturday, May 24th. The Market will again be located on the patio of Kerley’s Pub, open from 9am to 1pm each Saturday through October 11th. Vendors are not required to commit to every Saturday, but spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Questions about the Hannibal Farmer’s Market or the upcoming Vendor Meeting should be directed toward Tina Sanders, Market Master, by calling (217) 779-0964. 


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