No Dogs Allowed at the Farmer’s Market in North Tonawanda

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By: Brendan McDonough

Reporter for North Tonawanda

The North Tonawanda farmer’s market is one of the biggest and most popular events in the City.

To make sure people of all ages can enjoy it, the Common Council is banning people from bringing their dogs.

Held every Thursday and Saturday morning on Robinson Street, vendors from all over come to sell everything from fresh vegetables, fruits and plants to desserts and much, more.

“Dogs are no longer allowed at the City Market,” said Art Pappas, Mayor of North Tonawanda.

“We have an ordinance against that now, yet there are apparently people who still violate this. Dogs have absolutely no business being at the City Market and we will be enforcing the ordinance that was passed a few weeks ago by the Common Council.”

“It’s not just about safety,” said Council President Eric Zadzilka, “but about making sure all residents can enjoy one of the jewels of our City.”

Pappas says tickets will be issued to people who do not obey the ordinance.

One Comment

  1. Joe George says:

    My dog told me just tonight that: “it was going well for us there at the market but you know, you get a couple of bad dogs and they ruin it for all of us”.

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