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North Iowa Fair General Manager says last fiscal year was “tremendously successful”


This news story was published on December 25, 2012.
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Note from the General Manager David Green –

Our fiscal year ended September 30, 2012 with very little fanfare although it was tremendously successful. Our income was up and our expenses were down showing a gain that will help us complete some of our maintenance projects that have been needed. Recently you may have observed us applying paint to buildings, replacing light bulbs with energy efficient bulbs, fixing horse stalls and a lot of other simple maintenance repairs. Being fiscally responsible is our top priority as we complete the 2013 budget and prioritize capi- tal improvements. The bathroom remodel for the Olson Building is our highest priority as we work with the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors to accomplish this. We con- tinue to be excited about the accomplishments in 2012 and the prospects for 2013. We invite everyone to get involved.

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    December 26, 2012 at 10:58 am

    regular maintenance has been a looong time comming. I was going to ask if the shhitty rest rooms were repaired, till I read the last paragraph. is more money comming in compaired to going out really a sucessful season when so much has been cut, left out, or eliminated at the fairgrounds?. food stamps, government aid (including farmer welfare), heating assistance, just to name a few are by your thinking NOT SUCESSFUL. (everything going out with NOTHING comming in). I have a question for someone, maybe david Green. do the fairboard members get paid in any way??? theres another way to eliminate spending. cut out on some of money to all those board members. Far to many people involved on the fairboard. Term limits????, non activity or poor activity from a boardmember would be the same as a poor event that has been eliminated. long time comming but still far from the successful.