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Arts fest could get free city services

May 10, 2007|by DAN DEARTH

HAGERSTOWN - The Hagerstown City Council unofficially agreed during a Tuesday work session to provide free city services so a local non-profit organization can hold an arts festival June 16 and 17 at the City Park Band Shell.

Ron Lytle, founder of the Contemporary School of the Arts & Gallery Inc., asked the council to waive about $1,015 in fees that city employees would incur, in part, cleaning up after Art in the Park, a Hagerstown arts festival in its fourth year.

Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II said Wednesday the council is expected to take an official vote on the issue later this month.

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