DULUTH, Minn. -

If you look at the tourism tax dollars coming into Duluth, the city is on fire.

Officials say this year is on track to be an all-time record for generated hotel, motel, food and beverage taxes.

In the latest report just issued for July, tourism tax dollars added up to $1,239,052, which is 4.6 percent higher than July of 2015, according to city data.

When you look at the year-to-date totals, the city of Duluth has taken in $6,141,070, which is 6.1 percent more than 2015’s year-to-date total in July.