January 18, 2012 By Fritz Klug | The Kalamazoo Gazette
Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
However, financing remains a question mark.
The expanded Farmers’ Market, which would replace the current market at 1204 Bank St., was presented by a consultant team Tuesday to the City Commission.
“We have direction now,” said Mark Polega, city parks manager.
The project, estimated to cost between $1.4 and $1.5 million, could be years away from completion. The city would first have to raise funds to help pay for some, if not all, of the costs.The new, reconfigured market would replace the current structure to enhance efficiency, accessibility and safety.
“A true grass-roots effort,” said project manager Lynée Wells, of Williams & Works, a Grand Rapids engineering, surveying and community planning firm. “But also we need to look at many different sources to make this a reality.”
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