Hotel budgeting

It’s time for hotel finance teams to reassess their budget drivers

By Jill Wilder As we all know, budgeting for 2022 will present some challenges. Without a crystal ball, we will have to use our knowledge to find new ways to plan our future. While historic pilots have helped hoteliers in previous years with their future planning, it’s a whole new …

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Long Beach may take the next step soon to move Queen Mary to Harbor Department – Press Telegram

Long Beach may soon take another step towards handing over control of the Queen Mary and the 40 acres of surrounding parks, cruise terminals and parking lots to the Port Department, with city council due to vote next week on whether to begin negotiations on how which would work. . …

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Watch Now: Normal In A Favorable Financial Position Entering The Budget Cycle | Politics

NORMAL – The coronavirus pandemic left city leaders to prepare for a related financial impact last September, but some revenue streams are performing better than expected. A conservative budget with cuts and adjustments, coupled with a better-than-expected economic recovery from COVID-19 shutdowns has put the city in good financial shape …

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Love Columbia’s Extra Mile program provides housing for homeless families

A Life That Changed is how Shannon Anderson describes the impact of Love Columbia’s Extra Mile program. The non-profit organization was previously Love Inc. “I moved to Columbia about a year and a half ago,” Anderson said. “The day before my new job, my accommodation failed. She was moving from …

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Aggieland hotels brace for influx of visitors ahead of first football match

BRYAN, TX (KBTX) – Bryan and College Station hotels gear up for a fan rush this weekend as Texas A&M kick off their first home football game of the season. This increase in the number of visitors is something exciting for hotel managers, after the hospitality industry was hit hard …

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People News: Fern, CNTV, Visit Milwaukee, and more hires, broaden leadership

People News: Fern, CNTV, Visit Milwaukee, and more hires, broaden leadership The trade show, event and destination industries continue to hire and promote activities in organizations everywhere. Check them: Fern National Exhibition and Event Service Provider Fern Hires Hospitality Industry Veteran Angi van berg as senior national sales manager. As …

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Lower taxes, increase in city employees, new projects in Oxford’s proposed 2021-22 budget

By Alyssa SchnuggNews [email protected] Oxford Aldermen’s Council is proposing a slight decrease in the city’s mileage rate as well as increases for all full-time employees in the 2021-2022 budget. The first reading of the proposed $ 40 million budget took place last week at the regular council meeting. A second …

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What discounts are currently available for Disney World?

Welcome to another weekly roundup of current discounts, offers and opportunities to SAVE MONEY on your next Disney World vacation! We know it can sometimes seem impossible to take a trip to the parks on a budget, but we always find new ways to save. BOO Bash We want to …

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City council examines proposed city budget for the first time |

City Manager EA Hoppe and city staff presented the following proposed budget for 2021-2022 to Kerrville City Council on August 10. Current situation The local economy has been relatively strong during the pandemic, despite the expected shortages. Kerr County’s unemployment rate was 5.5% in June 2021, up from 7.8% in …

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MP brands PCR tests “unnecessary barrier” to travel

Rsearch by Saga trip found that 36% of frustrated Britons were unable to book a UK holiday this summer – and, after an average of five hours of unsuccessful searches, three in 10 (31%) have now given up on any hope of finding a . Now, facing a summer at …

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