Milford merchants ready for buy local campaign

Business owners in downtown Milford are preparing for a buy-local campaign that's meant to keep business in the local economy.The program, which starts Monday, aims

MILFORD - Business owners in downtown Milford are preparing for a buy-local campaign that's meant to keep business in the local economy.

The program, which starts Monday, aims to shift 10 percent of purchases normally made at non-independent stores to local businesses.

Milford Mayor James Richetelli is scheduled to announce the campaign on Monday morning from the steps of City Hall at 9 a.m.

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