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On the first Sunday of every month, thousands of people flock to the city’s bustling downtown markets to get a taste of turkey.
They buy it on the side or the side of the street, at a stand or at the farmers market.
It is a tradition in the city that has been going on for generations.
But now the market has been shut down.
The Boston Market will reopen at a different location, but not for another week.
The city has been looking for a new way to keep its turkey market running, as its population has grown, but they are not having much luck.
The market is in the middle of a massive renovation that includes a new roof, new lighting and a new lighting system, and the city says the new lighting will be fully functional by July.
But the city is also working on plans to build a new market on the same site, and it could be on the streets of the city in July.
The city says it is working with the farmers and other businesses to ensure they can continue to offer food and wine, but it also wants to keep the market open.
For the past decade, the city has held its Thanksgiving markets in the heart of the Boston Market, where shoppers walk to the markets from the downtown core.
The markets also serve as a showcase for the city and its diverse population.
The new market will be located on a former grocery store, and a sign on the property warns that “all vendors are welcome to the marketplace but the main area of the market is restricted to the merchants.”
The city is asking the public for their input in how the new market can best accommodate its diverse clientele.
A list of vendors will be posted on the Boston Markets Facebook page by July 6.
In the past, the markets have been open to the public but closed at 6 p.m. on the first Saturday of the month.
The first Saturday is now the only time the markets are open to customers.