San Diego strippers and strip club owners are lobbying city officials to lower their annual permit fees, which they say are much higher than other cities and can't be justified in terms of how many hours police typically spend monitoring the clubs. Charging high fees is also shortsighted, they say, contending that dwindling business in the clubs is costing the city much more in sales tax and other revenues than the annual permit fees collected. An industry group called the San Diego Hospitality and Entertainment Coalition is lobbying city officials to form a task force to analyze challenges facing the industry, the fees and the risks of pushing strippers out of a regulated industry. Police officials say the fees are justified based on the personnel they devote to processing permits, responding to incidents and proactively monitoring clubs to prevent prostitution and other criminal activity. The council's Budget and Government Efficiency subcommittee was asked on April 18 to approve fee increases for strippers and strip clubs along with a few hundred other proposed fee changes.
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