City gets 1st tourism tax payment


The new 3 percent tourism tax in Columbia generated $57,002.89 during its first month.

That represents $1.9 million in sales at restaurants and hotels within the city limits during July.

The Board of Aldermen received a report from City Clerk Maria Temples about the funds during its meeting Tuesday.

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