Senate Counsel, Research
and Fiscal Analysis
Minnesota Senate Bldg.
95 University Avenue W. Suite 3300
St. Paul, MN 55155
(651) 296-4791
Tom Bottern
Director
   Senate   
State of Minnesota
 
 
 
 
 
S.F. No. 114 - Duluth Food and Beverage and Lodging Tax Modification (as proposed by the A-2 amendment)
 
Author: Senator Roger J. Reinert
 
Prepared By: Nora Pollock, Senate Counsel (651/297-8066)
 
Date: February 25, 2015



 

This bill modifies the boundaries for the area in which revenues from the additional 0.5 percent Duluth food and beverage tax and the additional 0.5 percent Duluth lodging tax (both authorized in 2014) may be spent.  The authorizing legislation allowed the city to impose these additional taxes to fund up to $18 million in tourism and recreation improvement in the west part of the city.  

Section

Provision

1

Modifies the boundaries of the area in which revenues from the additional 0.5 percent Duluth food and beverage tax may be spent.  As proposed to be amended, the area is the part of the city west of 14th Ave. and south of and including Skyline Parkway. 
 

2

Modifies the boundaries of the area in which revenues from the additional 0.5 percent Duluth lodging tax may be spent.  As proposed to be amended, the area is the part of the city west of 14th Ave. and south of and including Skyline Parkway. 

 

 
Check on the status of this bill
 
Back to Senate Counsel and Research Bill Summaries page
 

 
This page is maintained by the Office of Senate Counsel, Research, and Fiscal Analysis for the Minnesota Senate.
 
Last review or update: 02/25/2015
 
If you see any errors on this page, please e-mail us at webmaster@senate.mn