Good question. High costs to use the facilities keep community groups on limited budgets from using facilities. Unlike a city facility which is open to all users able to pay a nominal fee and meeting published user guidelines, Fairgrounds staff pick and choose the events to be allowed on the property. Anyone find it odd that rowdy events which sell a lot of alcohol and fill up the parking lots at $10 a car take priority over a community group trying to find a reasonably priced place for a meeting?
Two Huge Buildings, the Educational Meeting Center and the Ag-Expo Building, are on the Master Site Plan Proposals. Will Those Buildings ONLY Used for Education and Agriculture?