May 20, 2013
The Steamboat Springs City Council soon will decide whether to accept the lodging tax committee's recommendation to spend 90 percent of the tax revenue on trails projects for the next decade. Some are advocating for the funds to be shared with other proposals, but proponents of the trails projects say sharing the wealth could hamper their plans, including costly extensions to the Yampa River Core Trail.
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After rigorous vetting process, Steamboat Springs City Council prepares to decide fate of lodging tax
As they look back at all of the proposals that were passed over that ranged from the revitaliztion of Yampa Street to the expansion of recreational facilities at Howelsen Hill, some council members are more willing than others to sign off on the lodging tax committee's recommendation.