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Market House Ribbon Cutting

| August 11, 2009, 11:06 AM | 0 Comments

Mayor Moyer To Celebrate Re-Opening Of Market Housemarket-house

Mayor Ellen Moyer will host a special Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Friday, August 14,2009 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the new businesses that have joined the Market House.  At this event, the City and the Market House will officially welcome Atwater’s, Flowers by Donna’s, Homestead Market and Maryland Federation of the Arts who are joining Vaccaro’s and BankAnnapolis.

Friday, August 14, 2009
Market House
Annapolis, MD

This is certainly a ribbon cutting that is much welcomed and long overdue. Recently, the City settled a multi-year litigation by agreeing to re-purchase the Market House for $2.5 million from Site Realty, the property manager hired by the City to manage it.  The original vendors were displaced by the City for renovations and most of the new vendors left under the cloak of darkness leaving Vacarro’s and BankAnnapolis as the two remaining vendors.  With summer here and the boat shows approaching, these temporary vendor are a welcome addition!

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