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County tourism agency wants Columbus bed taxes

There are 3 comments on the The Delaware Gazette story from Sep 6, 2011, titled County tourism agency wants Columbus bed taxes. In it, The Delaware Gazette reports that:

ConA cerned that it is not getA ting its fair share of bed taxes from a pair of hotels in the Polaris area, the agency responA siA ble for proA motA ing tourism in Delaware County has set in motion a request it hopes will prompt the Ohio AttorA ney General's Office to shed light on theA issue.

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Huntington, IN

#1 Sep 6, 2011
Greed is the very thing that screws things up can you people let the people get some darn rest!The tax will be passed along to the guest.JUST STOP IT!
yeah baby

Powell, OH

#2 Sep 6, 2011
Mebbie they should built a few splash parks and invite obama's nationwide army of public dump takers to town. Legit commerce will be un-effected, but insurance claims will skyrocket
Guess your speed

United States

#3 Sep 6, 2011
How about using all the money to hire some one to spray for Bed Bugs?

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