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County Museums could lose money from tourist tax

Francisco Guzman, left, and Armando Arcia, employees with General Contructors, carry plywood to create a sub-floor inside the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Francisco Guzman, left, and Armando Arcia, employees with General Contructors, carry plywood to create a sub-floor inside the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff

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  • Armando Arcia, an employee with General Contructors, prepares support beams to create a sub-floor inside the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Francisco Guzman, an employee with General Contructors, carries supplies to create a sub-floor inside the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Francisco Guzman, left, and Armando Arcia, employees with General Contructors, carry plywood to create a sub-floor inside the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Armando Arcia, an employee with General Contructors, prepares support beams to create a sub-floor inside the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Armando Arcia, an employee with General Contructors, prepares support beams to create a sub-floor inside the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Francisco Guzman, an employee with General Contructors, carries supplies across the support beams in the floor of the Naples Depot on Tuesday in Naples. The depot is under renovation and will open early next year. The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end. Lexey Swall/Staff

The money for county museum operations comes from the county's tourist tax, a 4 percent charge on all hotel and other short-term stays. The Tourist Development Council, a county advisory board, is recommending that come to an end.

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