Apr 14, 2011 12:11 PM by Danielle Lerner

Business owners rallying to save Paso Robles July 4 fireworks show

A lack of funds could cancel the Paso Robles July 4 fireworks show for the second year in a row, but several business owners are rallying to save it.

The deadline for the city council to decide if there is enough money is Friday, but local businesses are planning to ask for an extension to raise the money at next Tuesday's city council meeting. They say the drop in July 4 tourists, leads to a drop in revenues.

Last year the show was cancelled because there was not enough money in the budget. City leaders say it costs about $75,000 to put on the show.

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