Just who is running Frisco? | SummitDaily.com

Just who is running Frisco?

The Frisco council’s allegiance to Main Street businesses makes one voter question who is running Frisco. I had no idea I was voting in a council of restaurant owners.

So goodbye Barbecue Challenge. Follow all the other events that have now found new homes away from Frisco. I was told by one person that the event was necessary at first because we needed the business. But now the event should be moved to June because we need the business at that time, however not in my backyard – so to speak.

The parting shot by this person was that the Rotary made all that money and gave nothing back to the town.

I won’t go there. Saturday is Frisco’s attempt for an Oktoberfest, supported and promoted by many of the same people who said the barbecue event cost them so much money.

Since none of them serve a good barbecue, I think I’ll pass on this little event. I might even support the smoking ban in Frisco. I know how popular that one is with all our overseas guests.

Steve Magorian


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