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STATE SENATE APPROVES CROSSVILLE USING MOTEL TAX FOR TOURISM AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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The Tennessee State Senate has granted a request to allow Crossville to collect hotel/motel taxes to use for tourism and economic development, including the newly formed Crossville-Cumberland County Sports And Events Council. The bill, introduced by Sen. Paul Bailey, would allow the City of Crossville to levy an occupancy tax of not more than three percent. The ordinance previously passed a City Council vote but needed state approval. The State Senate passed the bill on first consideration yesterday.


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