ROCHESTER — It's possible there may be a fireworks display at the Rochester Fairgrounds this Fourth of July.
Mayor Caroline McCarley asked the City Council at their monthly meeting on Tuesday if they would at least entertain the idea of publicly funding a fireworks display on either the third or fourth of July this year. Ten of the 12 councilors (one was absent) were in favor of investigating the potential cost and whether the city finances would allow it.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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