No new hotel tax for Dover

Back to the drawing board for Dover lawmakers after a plan to create a hotel lodging tax was shot down by a City Council committee.

Opposition from hotel operators was enough to kill the tax proposal which could have raised nearly $900,000 for Dover’s budget, which is expected to be in a $5 million hole for the current fiscal year.


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