Mayor Alfonso Ortiz said last week it’s possible that the city could take over the operations of Fiestas de Las Vegas. He called it a “viable option.”
For years, a nonprofit group known as the Fiesta Council has run the annual event, which is during the Fourth of July weekend.
Still, the city is heavily involved with the festivities. It sets up the dance floor and bleachers, readies the park and provides help with public works, solid waste, fire protection and law enforcement.
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