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Antique mall, farmers market planned at Palatine Bridge site

Vendors meet with Jesse Quackenbush and family to discuss the opening of the Palatine Bridge Farmer's Market. From left: Karlie Quackenbush, Gail Murray, Corie Quackenbush with son Jesse III, Jesse Quackenbush, Angel Hill and  Jeanne Carey.
Vendors meet with Jesse Quackenbush and family to discuss the opening of the Palatine Bridge Farmer's Market. From left: Karlie Quackenbush, Gail Murray, Corie Quackenbush with son Jesse III, Jesse Quackenbush, Angel Hill and Jeanne Carey.
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An attorney by day and documentary filmmaker by night is hoping to transform an old lumberyard in Palatine Bridge into a lively destination for fresh, local food and wares. Canajoharie native Jesse Quackenbush says the site across from Price Chopper on Route 5 is ideal for an antique mall, flea market and farmers market, all of which he hopes to open this weekend. It’s well-trafficked and visible, he said, with the space to host farmers, ...


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