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Mayor Smith to Visit Scotch Plains Farmers Market on Sept. 9 to Talk Downtown Redevelopment

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On Saturday, Sept. 9, Mayor Al Smith will meet with constituents at the Scotch Plains Farmers Market to discuss upcoming downtown redevelopment plans. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Scotch Plains Farmers Market Credits: John Mooney
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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Mayor Al Smith, along with other members from the Downtown Redevelopment Committee, will be at the Scotch Plains Farmers Market this Saturday, Sept. 9, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to talk with residents about redevelopment in the township.

"We will have a table and bringing flyers, charts, maps, and other handouts," said Thomas Strowe, Project Coordinator for Scotch Plains Redevelopment. "Our goal is to update residents about the progress of the Downtown Redevelopment Committee and to get more input and feedback from residents."

To learn more about the Scotch Plains Farmers Market, email FarmersMarket@VisitScotchPlains.com, visit www.scotchplainsfarmersmarket.com or follow the page on Facebook

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The Scotch Plains Farmers' Market is managed by the Scotch Plains Business & Professional Association, a non-profit organization that assists and enhances the business community in the Township of Scotch Plains through its networking activities and community involvement.

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