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Northeast Market set to reopen Wednesday after pest concerns

Posted at 9:40 PM, Jul 17, 2018

After abruptly closing its doors on Tuesday due to pest concerns, Northeast Market has announced that they will reopen on Wednesday, July 18.

According to Baltimore Public Markets, the pest concerns have been contained and they will continue to treat all areas inside the market.

"We thank our merchants, staff, and contractors for working together as a team during the voluntary temporary closure today. We apologize for any inconvenience to our customers and look forward to continuing to serve as a resource for the community and for visitors to Baltimore. Thank you for your continued support."

They originally closed the market on Tuesday morning at 10:30 because of recent reports of pests. Their officials had concerns with the area and decided to take action with their pest protocol.

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