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BLOOMSBURG – Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley reached to a sign posted at the high water mark of the wall of a restroom at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds.
“I can barely touch it,” Cawley said.
The last time he toured the fairgrounds, the water dumped during the twin storms of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee had just receded from the high point on Sept. 9, 2011.
Mud smeared the grounds, and the board of directors canceled the fair for the first time in 157 years.
On Thursday, Cawley returned to rebuilt grounds as vendors set up stands and owners parked collectible cars inside buildings for an automobile show that starts Friday.
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The Bloomsburg Fair Grounds were completely inundated by flood waters from Tropical Storm Lee. As of today, September 12th, the fair’s board of directors have cancelled this year’s fair.
A statement was released via Twitter saying after careful consideration the board of directors has decided not to have the fair this year.
If you click on the fair’s website, it says FAIR CANCELLED, Please check back tomorrow for further information.
Here is a link to their website: http://bloomsburgfair.com/