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Wayne Post
  • FROM THE WAYNE COUNTY FAIR: Supervisors under the big top

  • The Board of Supervisors, made history Monday by holding their regular meeting — for the first time ever, according to Chairman Jim Hoffman — outside of the county seat in Lyons. Instead, local lawmakers brought government business to the Wayne County Fair and Entertainment Alley where residents gathered under a large tent to see their county government in action.

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  • It was a historic day in Wayne County — and I was a part of it.
    The Board of Supervisors, made history Monday by holding their regular meeting — for the first time ever, according to Chairman Jim Hoffman — outside of the county seat in Lyons. Instead, local lawmakers brought government business to the Wayne County Fair and Entertainment Alley where residents gathered under a large tent to see their county government in action.
    Another first for in the 155-year history of the Wayne County Fair that can be added to the return of New York State Harness Racing, the tragic of the fire that destroyed the historic covered grandstand back in 1964, and the fact that Floral Hall is boasted to have the oldest flag pole in Wayne County — it all happened at the Wayne County Fair.
    The fair brings people from all walks of life together to share the uniqueness and the best of what our county has to offer — all in one place called the Wayne County Fair.
    One note of caution. Plan your route carefully or you could become trapped, like me and others driving aimlessly around the parking grounds looking for a way out. Enter and exit from the Foster Street gate.

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