ChristmasVille will receive around $11,000 in York County funding to market its annual winter festival and parade. But council members say they are sending a message to successful festivals that hospitality tax should go to start-ups and help unincorporated areas.
ChristmasVille will receive around $11,000 in York County funding to market its annual winter festival and parade. But council members say they are sending a message to successful festivals that hospitality tax should go to start-ups and help unincorporated areas. Herald file photo
ChristmasVille will receive around $11,000 in York County funding to market its annual winter festival and parade. But council members say they are sending a message to successful festivals that hospitality tax should go to start-ups and help unincorporated areas. Herald file photo

Rock Hill’s ChristmasVille wins funding fight, but ‘tough love’ may come soon

September 20, 2017 03:21 PM

UPDATED September 22, 2017 07:39 AM

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