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May 8, 2012

Holiday market report released



"Financial information wasn't shared with Global Spectrum in regards to their individual operations, but all feedback was positive and businesses indicated that they would welcome the Niagara Holiday Market back in the future," the report notes.
It is unclear what the future holds for the Niagara Holiday Market although an announcement made Monday by City Council Chairman Sam Fruscione about summer and winter plans for the vending booths suggests Rivers and his company will not be returning.
Fruscione said he was disappointed in the return on the city's investment in the project and in the contents of the final report from Rivers' company. He said he is especially concerned about some of the bottom line figures contained in the document.
"What I saw in the report — to me — wasn't really what I was expecting," Fruscione said.

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