Pizza Pizza, market coming to Cashtown

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With the intent of updating our readers about the development of the northwest corner of Cashtown Corners, The Echo contacted architect Lloyd Hunt, the agent for the developer. We received the following statement:

Locals, commuters and tourists passing through Cashtown Corners will have already noticed that the next phase of construction at the northwest corner is well underway. The new building at Cashtown Esso presents an expansion of the Farmer’s Market – Fresh Produce that has been an annual sign of local harvest for several decades.

The building area of the new Market building totals 2,500 square feet. As well, accommodation has been planned to include a 20-by-30 foot tent just to the east of the Market. The fresh produce tent (especially noted for its sweet corn) will have an ongoing presence at Cashtown Corners.

As part of this phase of construction, a new Pizza Pizza take-out will occupy one-third of the Market, approximately 860 square feet.

The new building will complete the north side of the square formed by the Esso On-the-Run Convenience Store and Tim Hortons drive-through on the east, which frame the Esso fueling station canopy.

If these persistent days of rain will ever stop, the new building will be completed this summer ready for the harvest season. Therefore with the completion of the Market, this article concludes with the news of new employment opportunities. For those who are interested in this new opportunity they are invited to drop off their resumes at the Cashtown On-the-Run Convenience.

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