Tourism budget put on hold

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Funds are in question because the city council voted to eliminate restaurant tax

By Stephen Lega

The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission postponed a decision regarding its amended 2010-11 budget during its March 16 meeting.

Before the commission voted on the revised budget, Commissioner David Winebrenner Jr. clarified that it included $12,000 for the Heart of Kentucky Bourbon and BBQ MusicFest, which is scheduled for May 21.

"Given what's happened recently ... we ought to consider taking some time to look at the impact relative to tourism going forward," Winebrenner said.

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