The Convention and Visitors Bureau got some positive feedback from the city today.
The city’s audit committee reviewed the result of a recently completed performance audit at their meeting this morning.
The CVB receives $5 million each year from the city to promote tourism.
The audit found that the CVB is spending that money properly, but it did make some recommendations to improve the CVB/s day-to-day operations.
“I think for the most part, it was … those sort of minor adjustments that we need to work on and that’s great,” said CVB CEO Paulette Kluge said. “We want to be a better and stronger organization for the city.”
The city and the CVB say they hope to agree to a new contract in the next few months.