DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - City of Dayton told 2 NEWS Investigates time is running out for Downtown Revival, LLC to pay money it owes for police and fire protection and for public works assistance.
In May, a 2 NEWS Investigation revealed Downtown Revival, LLC owed tens of thousands of dollars to the city and to at least a half dozen vendors following a two-day music festival September 8th & 9th, 2012.
As of now, Downtown Revival, LLC still owes the City of Dayton more than $60,000, and 2 NEWS Investigates has now learned if it doesn't make a payment by the end of this month, the city will have a collection agency go after the money.
The city says it's been billing the company each month since last September when the two-day festival was held. Our public records request produced only one check to the city, and it was for $10,000 dated September 7, 2012.
Prime Time Party Rental got nothing and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Local 66 is still out $21,000. Business agent Ken Rice told 2 NEWS Investigates he still plans to pursue legal action to get the money owed stagehands.
2 NEWS Investigates again called Matt Luongo, the President of Downtown Revival, LLC for comment and had to leave a voicemail. Luongo has yet to return any of the calls made by 2 NEWS Investigates in the last two months.
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