Mayor’s transition team recommends $1 hotel room fee to boost visitors bureau
An officer with the city’s Parking Enforcement Division writes a ticket for a car parked Thursday on Lincoln Avenue near the Plaza. The mayor’s transition team on tourism has suggested the city give out-of-state parking violators a free pass on parking tickets. Luis Sanchez Saturno/The New Mexican
- Editor’s note
This story is part of The New Mexican’s continuing coverage Mayor Javier Gonzales’ 140-page transition team report.
Posted: Sunday, June 8, 2014 8:45 pm
Updated: 11:24 am, Mon Jun 9, 2014.
Mayor Javier Gonzales’ transition team on tourism recommends the city of Santa Fe enact a $1 hotel room fee that would generate about $1 million annually.
The additional revenue could be used for different purposes, including allowing the city’s visitors bureau to pump more money into advertising or waive convention center usage fees for out-of-town groups and charitable organizations, the team said in its report.
Or, use your
Sunday, June 8, 2014 8:45 pm.
Updated: 11:24 am.