Fireworks show hinges on homeowner association vote for Lost Bridge

The annual show draws more than 3,000 people, said Peter Sams, who coordinated the fireworks this year for Lost Bridge.  When a November vote to increase homeowners association fees failed, the $5,000 budget for the fireworks show was cut to $3,000.  Donations helped finance this year’s show, he said. Lost Bridge and Starkey marinas chipped in $1,000 each. Sams estimates the 18-minute show will have a final price tag at just under $7,000.     Read the article…….


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