Farmers market faces issues of the homeless

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Organizers of the Tuesday downtown farmers market in Framingham are performing a balancing act.

They want to make the market, which opened for the first time June 4 and is held at the Downtown Common off Concord Street, as welcoming as possible. But the organizers are worried about the effect of homeless people with no other place to go who congregate at the park.

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