The Westford Board of Selectmen is cutting the number of
vendors at the Westford Farmers’ Market and may implemented a fee for use of
the common, according to The Lowell Sun.
Last week, the board unanimously approved cutting vendors from 25 to 19, in an effort to lower traffic problems. The board may also implement a $500 fee in order to offset the cost of wear and tear to the common. The space has historically been free.
Complaints about the traffic drew rebuke from supporters of the market however police said the market caused problems in the town center.
Read the full story on The Lowell Sun’s website.