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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Embattled Mount Tremper farm stand moves to Olive, changes name

Story from Daily Freeman:

A sign outside the former Hanover Farms stand on state Route 28 in Mount Tremper announces the business’ relocation. Photo by Jay Braman Jr.

The embattled Hanover Farms stand has left the town of Shandaken for neighboring Olive and has changed its name.

Closed since last year for violating Shandaken restrictions regarding its size, the farm stand is relocating to the Olive hamlet of Shokan.

“FARM STAND RE-OPENING AT OLD BANK IN SHOKAN!” states a sign at the business’ former location on state Route 28 in the hamlet of Mount Tremper.

The site to which Hanover is moving, also on Route 28, was occupied by a Bank of America branch until the spring of 2013. Hanover owners Al and Alfie Higley have been setting up their business in a tent in the bank’s paved parking lot, near the former drive-up window.

A sign at the new site proclaims the business’ new name: Greenheart Farmstand.

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