MADISON (WKOW) -- The city of Madison is hoping to bring new options to people who want to buy local foods and asking for the community's help to design a public market in town.
The city hosted a public meeting Monday night to get input from the community on what they're looking for in a market. More than 50 people turned out to share their ideas.
Madison officials are looking for a year-round, indoor space that will add to existing food resources, like the Dane County Farmers' Market.
Mayor Paul Soglin says the farmers' market is a great starting point.
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