Plans under way for 3% tourism tax

By JOSHUA CAMPBELL,

Now that the 3 percent sales tax on hotels and restaurants for tourism, parks and recreation has been passed, Columbia is beginning to initialize its plans for how the funds will be used.

 
 
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