Harrisburg, VA—June 23, 2018—It’s easy to imagine that if you’re traveling from the East Coast, you’ll want to head to your favorite destination first.
But if you don’t want to have to deal with the stress of being stuck in one city for days, there are some alternatives.
If you’re headed to Harrisburg in the next couple weeks, you’re probably going to want to avoid booking a hotel room with the Harrisville Travel Agency.
That’s because the Harris County Government is looking into how to address the crisis that is the problem with hotel rooms.
On June 20, the Harris City Council passed a resolution asking the Harrisburgh City Council to look into ways to help alleviate the problem.
The resolution says that if the Harrisborough City Council approves a resolution in the coming weeks, the county would establish a hotel program.
The hotel program will provide a subsidy to hotels and other lodging providers who offer rooms to travelers who need them, according to the resolution.
This would be a pilot program for a few months.
The county could then extend the program, which could provide subsidies for hotel rooms in the future, said Sheryl R. Brown, Harrisburg’s Deputy City Manager.
The Harrisburg City Council voted unanimously in April to expand the Harrisbeth Hotel to accommodate more guests.
The council was expected to pass a resolution next month that would provide the hotel with more space.
But that was never going to happen.
Now, the City Council is considering whether to ask the county to establish a similar program, and the Harrisbach Hotel is looking at whether to join the Harris Borough Council in joining in.
The Harrisburg Borough Council has been trying to find a way to make the county’s hotel subsidy program work, but the county has refused to do so.
If the Harrisburys request is approved, the hotel will have a total of 6,300 rooms to offer, according the resolution that was approved by the Harris Council in April.
That number would include room rentals, meals, snacks and other amenities.
The hotel would also provide $5 million in revenue, according a Harrisburg press release.
It’s unclear what other businesses could benefit from a hotel subsidy, but many would likely use the subsidy to keep more guests coming in.
Some hotels have already said they are looking into a hotel rebate program that could help them meet demand.
But the Harrishambs could potentially benefit more.
The hotels’ revenue would go toward a variety of services, including providing food and beverages, providing transportation and other services, and offering hotel management and security services, according Topper Burd, a spokesman for the Harris Township Hotel Association.
The county has said that if it gets a response from the Harrisbandys hotel, the program would be expanded.
If the county doesn’t provide a response, the resolution would be removed from the council’s agenda.