A new study by The Division of Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM) outlines several different ways the fair could go, including moving to a whole new place.
"I think it's very important to educate children—as well as probably some of the adults now that have not been to grandpa's farm and been raised on the farm—to be able to tell where food and fiber comes from. It's very important to me that we keep it in the
According to the study, it would cost about $33 million to keep the fair in
Everyone seems to have an opinion, but ultimately, lawmakers will have the final say.
A recently released report from the Department of Justice shows just…
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