Round Top Mayor: “We’ve Got to Get Control of the Antiques Festival Fast”
Two, going on three weeks after the spring antiques market’s official end on April 2, the tents are gone.
But at a couple of Round Top’s half-dozen antiques venues, unsold merchandise, also known as junk, has been left scattered about.
It’s unsightly, possibly illegal and Mayor Barnell Albers has been hearing about it from residents. “I hear an awful lot about how our town looks,” Albers told town council members Monday.
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