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Julian.March@StarNewsOnline.com

WILMINGTON, NC (StarNews) — On Tuesday, the Wilmington City Council will consider setting aside $100,000 for legal expenses related to the planned hotel next to the convention center.

One agenda item would allocate $50,000 for outside legal services to defend a challenge to the city’s hotel deal.

On Feb. 28, an attorney filed a legal motion challenging the city’s Feb. 4 approval of a hotel deal to sell riverfront land to Harmony Hospitality of Virginia. Harmony plans to develop a $33.6 million Embassy Suites on the riverfront next to the city’s convention center.

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