GLEN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) – A tourism bureau in northern Michigan will cease amassing a room tax from two inns after a lawsuit challenged whether or not the levy was authorized.
The Mackinac Middle Authorized Basis says a decide dismissed the case after Sleeping Bear Dunes Guests Bureau stated it will cease assessing the payment towards Sylvan Inn and Lakeshore Inn in Glen Arbor.
The lawsuit might have had broad penalties for tourism promotion packages round Michigan. Greater than 50 tourism businesses gather a room tax. However the decide didn’t rule on whether or not it violated the First Modification.
David Gersenson says he can successfully promote on his personal and didn’t need to pay a 2 % payment.