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Steamboat Springs City Council member Kenny Reisman listens to a presentation from one of the groups bidding to receive lodging tax revenues during a public hearing Wednesday. Reisman is part of the lodging tax committee that will recommend how the money from the tax, which historically has generated between $600,000 and $800,000, will be spent. The hearings wrapped up Thursday at Centennial Hall.

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Final lodging tax revenue applications presented during 2nd day of public hearings

The lodging tax committee heard presentations Thursday from the final four applicants for the $650,000 to $800,000 generated annually by the 1 percent tax on nightly rentals in Steamboat Springs.


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