Comment 57120

By jonathan (registered) | Posted January 19, 2011 at 19:21:15

I imagine the plumbing and sink locations were dependent on the stallholder's desired configuration, and may have been supplied by the stallholder themselves. Assuming the leaseholder agreement works the same way as every other leaseholder agreement ('here's an empty shell of a building; fill it'). Despite being broken up into individual stalls, the Public Health requirements may consider the entire Farmer's Market as a single entity for health purposes, which means all of the stalls would have to be complete prior to opening.

OTOH, I could be completely and utterly wrong...

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