Hotel demands N.J. city council answer $295,000 "cash call"

03/6/2013 | Times (Trenton, N.J.), The

An attorney for the board that oversees a Trenton, N.J., Marriott told the City Council that if it doesn't answer a $295,000 "cash call" the hotel made two weeks ago, the hotel will immediately shut down. The council has until March 15 to authorize payment, which is part of an agreement with the hotel's management company that lets the company request money from the city if its cash reserve drops below a specific level.

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