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

TOURISM & HOSPITALITY
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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