February vote examined on Jefferson City lodging tax
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
The plans of the Jefferson City Council became a little clearer Monday night on the timeline for a lodging tax to fund the proposed conference center.
City Administrator Steve Rasmussen indicated the lodging tax issue would be placed on the February 2011 ballot, under a bill that had a first reading on Monday.
Rasmussen also explained that if the tax increase is passed but the conference center is not built, the Jefferson City Convention and Visitor’s Bureau would use the funds to promote tourism in Jefferson City.
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