Fish markets in San Diego: ‘There is a public demand’

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to have lobbyists work on state legislators to get them to amend rules that would make it easier for a permanent open-air seafood market to flourish in San Diego. The Tuna Harbor Dockside Market, which opened in August, sold an average of 1.1 tons of fresh seafood each week, worth about $15,000. Supervisor Greg Cox said the market had been “wildly successful” and averaged about 350 visitors each Saturday. Read the rest here 18:09

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