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Fayetteville tourism commission sets budget, considers options for historic house

Decisions on Walker-Stone house, Town Center work expected

By Stacy Ryburn

This article was published January 24, 2017 at 5:45 a.m.

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The Walker-Stone House, located at 207 W. Center Street in Fayetteville.

2017 Fayetteville A&P Commission Budget

Revenue

Experience Fayetteville — $3,510,588

Town Center — $631,067

Clinton House Museum — $69,200

Total — $4,210,855

Expenses

Experience Fayetteville — $3,092,772

Town Center — $646,288

Clinton House Museum — $234,327

Walker-Stone House — $237,468

Total — $4,210,855

Source: Staff report

FAYETTEVILLE -- The Advertising and Promotion Commission will have a $4.2 million budget to work with as it decides what to do with the historic Walker-Stone House, undergoes a rebranding and makes improvements to the Town Center.

2017 Fayetteville A&P Commission Budget

Revenue

Experience Fayetteville — $3,510,588

Town Center — $631,067

Clinton House Museum — $69,200

Total — $4,210,855

Expenses

Experience Fayetteville — $3,092,772

Town Center — $646,288

Clinton House Museum — $234,327

Walker-Stone House — $237,468

Total — $4,210,855

Source: Staff report

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