MADISON (WKOW) -- Officials are narrowing down the list of potential sites for a public market in Madison.
Monday night, the city's local food committee chose to look at these three locations: the Northside Town Center by Northport Drive and North Sherman Avenue, the near east side on East Washington between the Yahara River and First Street, and the southside on Park Street near Wingra Creek.
A consultant will now study the sites and report back within a month or so.
The public market would feature food, arts and crafts from local vendors.
The city has budgeted $3.5 million to buy a site for the project.
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