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New pavilion to house Galway farmers market

Bill Topper works on an electric receptacle at the new Galway pavilion.
Bill Topper works on an electric receptacle at the new Galway pavilion.
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A pavilion that will house the town’s first farmers market is expected to be finished this month. The town, with a $40,000 grant from the Dockstader Trust, is building a pavilion for farmers to sell their wares at the town’s playing fields on Sacandaga Road, Route 147, just south of the village of Galway. “It’s been a recent trend, I think, that the small towns are starting to do it,” former town Councilman Bill Topper ...


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