Tourism tax sets new monthly high


Diners and lodgers spent more than $2.2 million in Columbia during October, generating $66,245 from the 3 percent tourism tax.

That made it the best month since the tax started in July.

City Clerk Maria Temples reported the numbers to the Board of Aldermen Tuesday.

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