A standoff in San Diego over funding to promote the destination ended last week when Mayor Bob Filner signed an agreement that would release $30 million in annual tourism marketing dollars. The dispute began last November when Filner refused to sign a new agreement with the city’s Tourism Marketing District even after one was approved by the city council. The old deal expired December 31, 2012. According to reports, Filner sought an agreement that included better wages for hotel ...

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