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By Marcus Huff
Staff Writer 

Voters to decide on lodging tax


November 3, 2018

WORLAND – Voters on Tuesday in Washakie County will decide whether to continue a lodging tax.

Washakie County already charges 4 percent to visitors for lodging, with revenues going toward the county Visitor’s Council for advertising and tourism initiatives. According to the question on the ballot, voters will vote for or against continuing a lodging tax “of 4 percent upon lodging of 30 days or less, in hotels, motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, campground, dude ranches, and outfitters, and similar establishments providing accommodations or space for transient visitors and tourists...

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