Ordinance 66772

An ordinance pertaining to the entertainment tax as it applies to boxing matches

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Summary

An ordinance pertaining to the entertainment tax as it applies to boxing matches, shows or exhibitions; providing for establishment of a pilot program to determine incentives to promote, encourage, and attract economic development and tourism through the boxing industry by suspending, from the effective date of this Ordinance to December 31, 2008, from the imposition and collection of the entertainment tax imposed by SECTION TWO of Ordinance 65669 on admission charges to any boxing match, show or exhibitions, requiring the filing of the amount of gross receipts on the admissions to such events and containing a non-savings clause and an emergency clause.

Overview

Session: 2005-2006

Board Bill Number: 150

Sponsor: Stephen Conway

Committee: Convention and Tourism

Effective: 07/20/2005

Co-Sponsors:

Stephen Gregali, kathleen Hanrahan, Dorothy Kirner

Legislative History

  • 06/24/2005

    First Reading

  • 07/08/2005

    Second Reading

  • 07/15/2005

    Perfection

  • 07/15/2005

    Third Reading

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