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The Long Range Planning Committee invites all residents to a presentation on Wednesday, September 5 at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall to hear from developers who are interested in working with the County on a new project that would substantially change the area adjacent to the Town’s western border between Willow Lane and Walsh Street. Developers are proposing apartments, townhouses, a park, underground parking, and a revitalized Farm Women’s Market on County-owned parking lots 10 and 24, the Farm Women’s Market site, and the property currently housing Villain and Saint. The development group, EYA (www.eya.com), which will make the presentation, is partnering with the current owner of 7141 Wisconsin Avenue (the Villain and Saint building), Bernstein Management Corporation. Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting to learn about the proposal.