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Several businesses were listed as being delinquent on paying their tourism taxes in the report presented at the Oct. 8 tourism meeting. Lebanon Tourism Executive Director Nicky Reynolds noted that the higher than normal number of delinquencies may have been related to Ham Days falling so close to the end of the month.
McBs (12 months) and Hometown BBQ (five months) were previously turned over to the county attorney. Both of these restaurants have paid toward two months of their reported delinquencies.
Sandy's Catering Service (eight months) was recently added to the list of delinquent businesses, but this business recently learned about the tourism delinquency.
Montgomery Summer Snow was listed as five months delinquent, but it has caught up on its payments.
Generation Gap, Mik-Mon, Inc. (Henning's), The Cake and Crumb, both Lebanon Subway restaurants and Swan's Landing Catering were listed as two months delinquent. As of Monday, Henning's, The Cake and Crumb and Swan's Landing were up to date.