The article keeps mentioning City Market.
"When constructed in 1886, the Indianapolis City Market was under direct control of the City of Indianapolis. A "Market Master" was appointed by
the mayor, however, the city still remained involved in formulating budgets and other day-to-day management functions.
This relationship lasted until 1988 when an ordinance was passed that established City Market as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. City Market
thus became free of political and municipal influence by this new organizational structure.
Under the ordinance, the city would still own the Market building and property, but a 13-member board of directors would oversee normal operations and
assume management responsibility on its behalf. Six directors are appointed by the mayor and seven are appointed by the Indianapolis City-County
(above taken from link)
So is it a private business, a non profit, city run, or hybrid?
Does the owner have to follow the Board and its rules?
If so, why are these people working for a city that would chastise them for refusing service to gays?