Market Days ideas heard, workshop planned

Amy Ralstin (standing) discusses her plans for Market Days while David Butler and mayor candidate Luke Ward, Jr. listen. Butler and his partner David Fairly are also vying for the title of Market Days director.
Photo by April Walker

Presentations were given by two individuals who would like to take over Market Days at last Tuesday night's city council meeting, prompting an hour long discussion about the event. Amy Ralstin, owner of Kennedy's Korner, and partners David Butler and David Fairly each discussed their visions for the flea market.

Councilmembers unanimously agreed to hear more from each after they have done more research on advertising prices, vendor prices, and what would be needed from the city for this event.

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