Posted: 05/16/2010 08:23:14 PM PDT

SAN BERNARDINO — The City Council could discuss a variety of tax proposals during its Monday meeting.

The council’s meeting agenda contains an item to “discuss and take action concerning revenue enhancement options.” There is no additional backup information attached to the online version of the agenda.

Revenue enhancement is a government-ese for taxes and fees. City Manager Charles McNeely has previously given the council proposals including an increased hotel tax, a property transfer tax and a business registration tax for distribution centers.

The council has already rejected any notion to increase the scope of San Bernardino’s utility-users tax. McNeely introduced the tax ideas in April as part of proposals to solve a projected $24 million deficit.

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