SD City Council Allows Hotel Tax Increase to Stand without Enough Election Votes

Created: 12 April, 2021
Updated: 14 August, 2022

The San Diego City Council has allowed a ballot measure to stand -pending a court decision- that would raise hotel room taxes even though not enough voters supported the tax during the March 2020 election. Alliance San Diego's Executive Director, Andrea Guerrero joins the podcast to talk with Art and guest co-host, Barbara Bry.

(Originally aired 12April21)

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