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Plans are to spend $133,000 on changes to Roxby Park to accommodate the market. Electrical upgrades, new lighting, landscaping, and signage are proposed.
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Flea market vendors not all on board for move
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More than 100 ideas were submitted from the public, and staff settled on the new public market proposal as the most cost efficient and significant way to spend the allocated money.
that information. They raised funds and purchased the property at 180 Rutland Road North and created a true community owned park. In 1967 Centennial Hall was added to the amenities of the park. For decades the park and hall have played host to numerous community and family celebrations and events. The park is still owned by the Rutland Park Society and managed by a volunteer board of directors who are dedicated to keeping the park community owned and operated. The Park Society will be hosting two open houses on July 2nd and 3rd to obtain community input on the concept plans. The July 2nd open house will be part of the Uptown Rutland Business Association's "Business After Hours" at Centennial Hall. The July 3rd Open House will also be at Centennial Hall from 5:00 to 7:30 pm.
"I've spoken to a lot of the people here about this idea, and I think the majority of them don't like it," Bill Henderson, a market member for the past decade, said Sunday.
Some of the 100 plus vendors worry there isn't enough space at Roxby Park to accommodate the market, and others just don't see why the market should move from its long established spot in the park.
"The market's been here so long, everybody in Rutland knows about it, and it's successful," says Henderson, who used to help organize the weekly market. "Why should it have to move?"
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The Rutland Community Market idea is city staff's suggestion arising from the Our Rutland contest, a city led initiative earlier this year to burnish the image and reputation of Rutland.
The flea market is not a society unto itself. It's an offshoot of the Rutland Parks Society owners of both Rutland Centennial Hall and Rutland Centennial Park which has already endorsed the move.
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City council will today consider a staff plan to re christen the flea market as the Rutland Community Market and move the enterprise over to Roxby Park, at the corner of Roxby Road and Highway 33.
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But Leora Rupert, of My Neighborhood Restaurant, said the relocation might be good for her business and others along Highway 33.
Also in support of the market's relocation are the Rutland Residents Association and the Uptown Rutland Business Association.
Sheila Scott, who described herself as the longest established flea market member, said she was ambivalent about the possible move.
The owner of a restaurant adjacent to Roxby Park said she wasn't aware the city had plans to transform the public space into the year round home of the current flea market.
"I don't care about the location so much, as what might happen to this park if we move," Scott said. "There's already a lot of drug use around here when the market's not on, and that would probably just get worse."
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