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Commentary: Fairgrounds can’t get a fair shake
In regards to the Fairgrounds, we should keep our baby, but throw out of the bath water.
Decision to close fair was board's, not mayor's
Mayor Dean never specifically declared he was ending the fair, city attorney says
Metro's legal authority for closing Fairgrounds disputed
Preservation group says 100 years ago, Davidson County agreed to have a permanent State Fair and there is no provision in the law or the charter to cease operations.
Figuring out what’s fair for the fairgrounds
The future of the prime infill property needs to be part of a broader economic development conversation
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