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Do you agree with City Council’s choice for the City Market’s permanent home?
Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 12:01 a.m.

The City Council selected the Market Plaza proposal submitted by local builder Keith Woodard at a meeting last Monday night. A total of four proposals were submitted.

Woodard intends to purchase and redevelop a city-owned parking lot into a nine-story building that will have homes, offices and stores. The proposal envisions an L-shaped building with retail frontage on Water Street and Second Street Southwest. The City Market would be held in a half-acre public plaza with enough space for 115 vendor stalls. The building would feature 18,000 square feet of retail space, 58,000 square feet of commercial space and 67 apartment units.

69%
31%
YES - I agree with City Council's choice

I like the Market Plaza proposal submitted by Woodard Properties.

No - I DO NOT agree with City Council's choice

I DO NOT like the Market Plaza proposal submitted by Woodard Properties. I would prefer a different design. 

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