Orgasms when he screws the Farmers Market out of it’s downtown Monday location.
“We all had orgasms! It was heavenly,” P.G. Chamber of Commerce Moe Ammar jokes. “Like, ‘I can’t believe that this problem is solved.’”
Everyone’s Harvest director Iris Peppard initiated the March 2 get-together with hopes of heading off controversy at the March 3 City Council meeting. Peppard and an Everyone’s Harvest board member squared off with Ammar and two members of the Downtown Business Improvement District, who’d been complaining the market hurt their Monday night sales. They all agreed on moving the market to a city-owned parking lot south of Lighthouse Avenue on Saturday mornings.