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Hotels, critics square off at City Council

Threat of lawsuits grows over marketing assessment

The San Diego City Council chambers and two overflow chambers were filled to capacity on Monday as nearly 300 hoteliers, business owners, community leaders, labor activists and hotel workers squared off over how $30 million in revenues from the city’s Tourism Marketing District should be spent.

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