MCW Visitors Guide 2018

Each year 8 million visitors travel through Monterey County and leave $5.4 billion in their trail.

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"Each year 8 million visitors travel through Monterey County and leave $2 billion in their trail." Really. Where does it go?

Please report on why the hospitality workers aren't getting any of it. Non local owners and investor groups take the profits out of town to maintain a permanent underclass of exploited workers. We are left with increased expenses for infrastructure, public safety, and impassable roadways serving the event crazed economy.

Boosting low paying seasonal work is not in the best interest of the County as a whole.

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