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Wed December 4, 2013
Traverse City is bursting with festivals, but is that a good thing?
Can there be too much of a good thing?
That question is buzzing around Traverse City now that summer is behind them.
Some residents are saying they're not happy with the burst of festivals drawing throngs of visitors to Traverse City. Others say those festivals and those visitors add up to jobs for locals and dollars pumped into the economy.
What's the balance that can be struck as Traverse City works to develop a blue economy based on its beautiful freshwater location?
John Flesher, reporter for The Associated Press, and Ken Winter, the longtime Petoskey newspaper editor and publisher, joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.