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FY 2020 Per Diem Rates Released

The General Services Administration (GSA) released federal per diem rates for FY 2020 that will go into effect October 1, 2019.  The standard continental United States (CONUS) rate will increase from $94 per night for lodging to a new rate of $96. … More

MHLA July Monthly News

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Increased hotel tax in Baltimore County Effective July 12, 2019, occupancy tax in Baltimore County has been raised to … More

Special Edition: MHLA June Monthly News

Special Edition: MHLA Monthly News Highlights from the 2019 Annual Meeting are below. MHLA Announces 2019-20 Board of Directors The 2019 MHLA Nominating Committee Report was voted on and approved at the Annual Meeting at the Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport … More

MHLA Announces 2019 Scholarship Winners

2019 Scholarship Winners Announced Three recipients were selected to each receive $1,500 from MHLA to assist with furthering their secondary education and careers in the lodging industry. Congratulations to the following individuals: -Pauline Akol, McNeill Hotel Company -Patricia Atkinson, Gaylord … More

MHLA May Newsletter

      Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more.   View this email in your browser     GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 2019 Legislative Report Available Online The 2019 Maryland General Assembly Session ended with a big … More

MHLA April Newsletter

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Legislative Updates from the 2019 Maryland General Assembly Session With only days left in the 2019 Maryland General Assembly … More

MHLA March Newsletter

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Mid-Session Message from MHLA President & CEO As we approach the third month of the Maryland General Assembly 2019 … More