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Randy Green (left), general manager of the Rialto Square Theatre, and Jim Smith, chairman of the Rialto's governing board, the Will County Metropolitan Exposition And Auditorium Authority, spoke to the Joliet City Council in mid-December about the new marquee proposed for the downtown Joliet theater.

Randy Green (left), general manager of the Rialto Square Theatre, and Jim Smith, chairman of the Rialto's governing board, the Will County Metropolitan Exposition And Auditorium Authority, spoke to the Joliet City Council in mid-December about the new marquee proposed for the downtown Joliet theater.

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