Port Angeles: Lodging tax board to review conference center plan

PORT ANGELES — Lodging Tax Committee members chose Thursday to take two weeks to review the latest draft of the proposed Oak Street hotel and conference center marketing plan before making a recommendation to the City Council.

Committee members said during the meeting that they needed more time to review developer Randal Ehm’s revised marketing plan.

They also directed city Economic Development Director Tim Smith to ask The Chambers Group, Seattle-based hospitality consultants, to review Ehm’s revised plan and present the findings to the committee at their 3 p.m. Oct. 31 meeting at City Hall, 321 E. Fifth St.

During that meeting, committee members will further discuss the proposal with Ehm, whose development firm is based in San Diego, Calif., and Seattle.

Ehm participated in Thursday’s meeting via a conference call.


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