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Mundelein Farmers Market manager steps down after confrontation with vendor Business
Mundelein Farmers Market manager steps down after confrontation with vendor
Days after being filmed losing her temper and calling police on a vendor, Jo Ann Bednar stepped down as manager of the Mundelein Farmer’s Market. Bednar and the Mundelein-based company Holcomb Hollow, which makes gluten-free jams and bread, had a rocky relationship for about a year leading up to an Aug. 22 confrontation that Holcomb Hollow employees recorded on a cell phone and immediately posted on YouTube.
Aug. 28 3:09 p.m. |