Moe knows what’s REALLY good for P.G.
In addition, he will ask the council to consider an emergency resolution that would allow new or increased taxes to be put on the Nov. 3 ballot. Those include raising the hotel room or transient occupancy tax increase from 10 to 12 percent, increasing the business license tax by deleting an annual tax limit, imposing a new 1.5 percent real estate transfer tax, and a parcel tax to fund the Pacific Grove Public Library.
The room and business license tax proposals are fighting words to Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce President Moe Ammar.
“We are opposed to this all the way,” he said. “This one, we’re going to fight. The city has to live within its means.”