Hoteliers fight back against proposed fee
by Meris Lutz
10:56 PM, Tuesday, February 09
MARIETTA — Owners and operators of budget hotels came out against a proposed $3 per room fee during Tuesday’s commission meeting, a day after many of the same owners signed a letter calling the tax “blatantly discriminatory and legally indefensibl...

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