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Changes to hotel tax advocated

January 31, 2013

Lycoming County’s hotel tax should be increased while the money it generates and the people who administer it should be held more accountable, according to state Rep....

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eric88

Jan-31-13 12:37 PM

Yet again look at the beloved legislator that instantly suggests raising taxes to band-aid every problem......

And the same people who re-elect him year after year get in an uproar when the city suggests raising taxes.

Absolutely laughable!

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slickthedryfly

Jan-31-13 7:57 AM

Anyway, what were the salaries of these people before the bed tax was implemented? I doubt it wasn't near $200,000.

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slickthedryfly

Jan-31-13 7:28 AM

They should wipe out the bed tax because it's surely being abused by the chamber. They act like a charity that pays anormous salaries wile the people who need the money get nill.

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nosferatu

Jan-31-13 7:13 AM

The monsters that are our leaders MUST be fed. Just shut up and pay your taxes, nothing to see here.

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wwhickok

Jan-31-13 6:27 AM

I'm not sure if I agree or disagree with the tax to be completely honest. BUT I do agree with your question Tedeaux.

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Tedeaux

Jan-31-13 1:39 AM

So what does the victim of the hotel tax get for his money besides a bunch of bureacrates standing around collecting a big fat paycheck?

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