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Official, ex-queen asked to leave

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By David Giuliani

The embattled Fiesta Council, which began its meeting more than a half hour late Tuesday, closed its doors to the public.

As a result, members told City Councilwoman Diane Moore, former Fiesta Queen Carmela Montoya and an Optic reporter to leave.

On Wednesday, city officials expressed concern about the closed meeting.

The Fiesta Council is an independent nonprofit group, but depends heavily on city’s help to put on the annual Fiestas de Las Vegas, which is held around the Fourth of July every year.


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