While this bill was intended to stimulate tourism and find unique ways to explore economic development, I have had a number of conversations with my constituents and city leaders who have made it very clear that this is not an avenue they are interested in pursuing. I have always said that I am a representative of my community and my community has spoken loud and clear. #

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