“We plan on starting (construction) that first week of October,” said Sam Janson, assistant to City Manager Pat McGinnis.
Construction crews are going to come in and repair the parking lot by fixing drainage issues, making the parking lot more handicap accessible and improving the dumpster enclosure.
“I think the vendors will be very happy because they’ve had lots of issues with rain in that location,” Janson said.
Klempel said they expect to be back at the permanent Farmers Market location next year.
“Everything should be all ready for next season,” she said.
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