Not even a pandemic could keep them away!

How was the summer of 2020? “It was actually OK,” Shannon Rubin, manager of the Canterbury Inn, told the North Beach News. Shocker: State distribution records show that the O.S. hotel/motel tax revenue actually increased, from $316,000 from July through October of 2019 to about $339,000 July through October of 2020 (distributions are usually two months delayed from actual stays/payments). As Locals know, O.S. was hardly a ghost town last summer. With the heat on, Terry Tacoma and Sal Seattle will be stampeding to the beach …

Hotel motel tax, summer of ’20 vs ’19

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