People who spend the night in a Jacksonville hotel will find higher taxes.
The Jacksonville City Council has approved a 3 percent occupancy tax, according to the Jacksonville Daily News. The paper says two-thirds of the money from the tax will spent on tourism promotion, the other third on tourism-related expenses.
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