Queens Officials Want Cut Of Tourism Revenue To Help Attract Visitors

 

As reported by WCBS 800:

A Queens lawmaker has proposed giving the outer boroughs more money from the state hotel occupancy tax.

State Sen. Jose Peralta has unveiled legislation to send up to $300,000 a year from the hotel tax to the outer boroughs to promote tourism.

“People who come to New York also want to go elsewhere besides Manhattan,” Peralta told reporters including WCBS 880′s Ginny Kosola. “When you talk about Citi Field, when you talk about the Louis Armstrong Museum.”

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Publication date: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 13:41