The Boston Public Market Association, on whose board I serve, has been promised $10M and a home in an existing building. BPMA will use that money to plan and build a public food market selling local food.
The building will provide more than twenty thousand square feet of space for vendors, and is located in a neighborhood with heavy foot traffic near subway lines, bus lines, and commuter rail lines.
This is a major step forward for the BPMA. Thank you to everyone who emailed the governor on our behalf!
Some details in this Boston Globe story.
Watch this space for more information, coming soon.
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