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August 21, 2012 12:00 AM

City must limit support for New Year’s party

THERE’S NO question that Columbia’s first Famously Hot New Year’s Eve party was a rousing success, drawing a diverse and unexpected crowd of 20,000 people, garnering national attention and generating an estimated $1.5 million in economic impact for hotels, restaurants and retailers.

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