MADISON, Wis. - It's back to the drawing board for those creating a vision for Madison's Public Market.
Mayor Paul Soglin said the project may not be downtown and everything is back on the table. Soglin introduced a new consultant Tuesday who's beginning a new business plan for the proposed park.
Developing a new business plan could take six to eight months.
"We want to find a place for this that fits the vision and the program of uses and activities, and actual elements that will be in the market. We want a place that supports that," said Steve Davies, senior vice president of Project for Public Spaces.
The public will be invited to weigh in on the consultant's review, which is expected to cost $250,000.
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