As the push for creation of a tourism improvement district gains steam, the head of a private think tank that advocates government reform wants local hoteliers to re-channel their energy and force City Hall to restore transient occupancy tax funding to the San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau, the destination's primary tourism marketing arm...

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