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The city's spending board Wednesday approved $250,000 to be put toward the design and planning of a new Lexington Market, the latest step in the push to build a new market on the site of what's currently a surface parking lot and demolish the current building.
Kirby Fowler, the chairman of the Baltimore Public Markets board, said in a statement that the money will be put toward "architectural, engineering, and programming work for the new market."
The city's Board of Estimates OK'd the new funds…
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City approves $250K for planning of new Lexington Market