Saturday, July 26, 2014
Multitudinous farmers market. Zero permanent infrastructure.
It's the Saturday morning Dane County Farmers Market in Madison, Wisconsin.
It surrounds the state capitol on all four sides, and both wares and merriment spill into surrounding streets.
Note the complete absence of permanent infrastructure.
As in, absolutely none. Not even a Port-A-Let.
And the farmers market in Madison is jammed tight with people.
This is because of the quality of the market itself, nothing more.
Someone tell Develop New Albany, please.
Maybe we can use that $300,000 where it's really needed.