July 18, 2012
Last month, city officials asked residents to help them decide how to spend the $650,000 to $800,000 generated each year by a 1 percent accommodations tax charged to visitors on their nightly lodging rentals. After a six-week “request for ideas” period that expired Monday, officials don’t have a shortage of suggestions.
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Last month, city officials asked citizens to help them decide how to spend the tax. After a six-week application period, officials don’t have a shortage of ideas.