A farmers market in Lafayette, Calif., is struggling to survive amid low attendance, the result, organizers say, of a restrictive sign ordinance that prevents the market from putting up proper signage showing people how to get there. "This could be a nice amenity to have a farmers market and social gathering [spot]. But without doing signage around town, we can't let people know what's going on," said Ron Pardini, executive director of the Urban Village Farmer's Market Association, which runs the market.

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