CALISTOGA, Calif. — The Napa County Fairgrounds is on a path to making significant changes to improve its utilization and economic vitality and will consider what those changes will be in the coming months, officials said at last week’s board meeting.
A study reviewed finances for a six-year period from 2010 to 2015, noting the RV park is the only unit that operates consistently at a profit. It generated the “highest amount of annual operating revenue per acre,” the report said. In 2015 it generated $128,801 in operating revenue and averaged $95,848 during the six-year period.
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