ConVis Concerned Allocation From City Could Be Cut
Hotel's Sewage Spill Prompts Visit From the City's Environmental Unit

by Connie Lewis, Staff Writer

Unless the San Diego City Council increases the transient occupancy tax allocation for the San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau in the coming fiscal year, it will have to cut back on the some of the advertising that has helped to make the city a leading tourism destination, one ConVis official said...

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