OnePulse accused of breaching tourist tax development agreement with Orange County

According to the county, OnePulse rented out property on the purchased Pulse museum site without the county's permission

By McKenna Schueler

The OnePulse organization, a nonprofit formed after the 2016 fatal mass shooting at Pulse nightclub, received a default notice from the Orange County government Monday accusing the organization of violating its tourist development tax agreement. OnePulse received a $10 million commitment in tourist tax development dollars from Orange County in 2018 to support the development of a museum that would commemorate the 49 victims of the shooting...

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