Dixon Riverfront Commission needs a revenue source
Riverfront Commission may ask city for $25,000
DIXON – The Riverfront Commission soon may ask the city to help it pay its bills.
After seeing a preliminary 2013 budget drafted by Riverfront Chairman Larry Reed, the commission projected Tuesday that it will need to raise $6,000 just to break even in its maintenance budget for Heritage Crossing.
That’s assuming it’s able to sell four benches, three cafe tables, 46 pavers, four tent rentals and five pavilion rentals.
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