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Marc Brown Says His Purchase Of CPC Won’t Affect City Market

Marc Brown Says His Purchase Of CPC Won’t Affect City Market

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The new owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center says future plans for the City Market will not be affected. Marc Brown now controls the downtown parking garages and the lot off Water Street near the outdoor market that’s held every Saturday morning. Brown says the preferred plan for the market (pictured) selected by City Council fits in well with his new purchase. Brown was a guest on the WINA Morning News With Rick and Jane.

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