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Wrapping up the 21st year

July 19, 2013

    Adam Eguia professed success and dished out considerable appreciation as he made his final report on the city's 2013 fireworks festival to city council this week.
    "I have received a lot of great comments on this year's show, and one complaint, but the person that complained about the show watched them from their house," he said.
    "I only saw one dog (banned from the grounds) and a few personal fireworks (also banned), but when the rules were explained, all went well," he said.
    A hot dog wagon situated at local businesses over several days "was a great success," Eguia continued, as all but eight hot dogs were sold.
    Further details in today's print and e-editions.

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