Chandler Williamson, a board member of the Everett Recovery Cafe, points out that some work that needs to be done to the lower level of the old Everett Public Market before it can become the cafe’s new home. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Chandler Williamson, a board member of the Everett Recovery Cafe, points out that some work that needs to be done to the lower level of the old Everett Public Market before it can become the cafe’s new home. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett Recovery Cafe moving to old public market building

A board member of the nonprofit that serves people battling addiction has his own story of recovery.

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