DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The former executive director of Cityfolk has left Dayton for a job.
Kathleen Alter accepted a position in Ft. Wayne, Ind. Her last day at Cityfolk was June 12.
It was announced May 29 that Cityfolk will partner with the Dayton Art Institute and will now be based at the institute.
All seven staff positions were eliminated at that time, including Alter's job.
Cityfolk experienced a $100,000 loss due to the poor weather and decreased attendance in 2012 and were unable to adequately recover.
"No one likes to lose their position," said Alter said in May. "But this will allow Cityfolk to be better."
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