The Haywood County fairgrounds have been flying by the seat of their pants since the commissioners defumded all outside agencies in 2009. Until that time, the fairgrounds had been entirely dependent on public funding. Since then, they have been operating with the likes of volunteers, sponsorships, and a paid director. Now, interested parties say there is need for taxpayer contributions for capital improvements and marketing.
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