If you want to stay in a Fayetteville motel, expect to pay more in taxes on your room.
Fayetteville is looking to join a number of neighboring cities by increasing the hotel/motel tax to 8 percent. The additional funds generated over the current 5 percent rate will be used for promotional efforts and tourism development.
The first reading of the proposed ordinance came at the June 5 City Council meeting.
The hotel/motel tax rate has been maintained at 5 percent since 2001, said community development director Brian Wismer. Read More»