Tourist commission fields questions on use of funds from new restaurant tax
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Nov 27, 2013 | 101 101 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Cadiz-Trigg County Tourist and Convention Commission has been receiving restaurant tax payments for a few months now, but questions arose at their Thursday afternoon meeting about how that money is being spent.

Reva Anderson, owner of Reva’s Place, Theresa Naylor of the Cadiz Comfort Zone, Kathy Tessier and Karla White were among those who discussed the issue with CTCTCC Executive Director Bill Stevens.

“Do you have any plans of spending the money?” asked Anderson, who asked about the purchase of a computer system and the paying of bills.

Stevens said those are small purchases but also said his big goal is to reduce the $174,000 of debt the Tourist Commission currently holds, largely due to an addition to the Commerce Center. This debt was not included in the Tourist Commission’s financial report.

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