The York, Neb., city council is considering adding the city’s 3.5% occupancy tax to a new campground planned in the city, the York News-Times reported.

The occupation tax is relatively new, which currently pertains to hotels and other lodging accommodations in the city.

The campground, which was recently approved by the council, is now allowable by special exception in the C-3 zone.

When the occupation tax was first enacted, campgrounds were not mentioned.

This ordinance would change that and campgrounds would be included.

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