We notice a cruel Summer for a local purveyor of fruits & veggies.
Here's part of the story . . .
“Unfortunately, our farmers market has been hit twice in a 45-day period when it has stood at this location for over 35 years (1987) without incident,” City Administrator Alexa Barton said. “These situations are always difficult for our community when a building, an icon in our community, has been severely damaged. Looking ahead, the City is working with both companies through the claims process to address our building needs.”
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PARKVILLE, Mo. (KCTV) - Another truck has hit and damaged the farmers market building in Parkville. The city shared the news on Monday, saying a tractor trailer ran into the north side of the building and caused "significant damage" to the entire building.
Even better . . . Here's a peek at the collision caught by a rail fan . . .
Update . . .
PARKVILLE, Mo. - A day after a tractor trailer damaged Parkville's farmers market, the city announced the event will continue at a new location. The Parkville Farmers Market will hold its Wednesday afternoon and Saturday morning markets in the parking lot between East Street and Main Street.
Developing . . .