Due to high expenses and historically poor attendance in September, the Downtown Lodi Farmers Market is going to be shorter this year. The annual market is being reduced to 13 weeks and will not stretch into September, the Downtown Lodi Business Partnership board of directors unanimously voted Monday.
“It’s unfortunate for the community, but it makes sense when looking at it like a financial and business decision,” said Jaime Watts, executive director of the DLBP.
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