The commissioner, upon investigation and receipt of certified copies of such resolutions
as may be necessary to satisfy him that a tourist promotion agency has been duly designated
to represent a particular county or counties or the city of New York, as set forth
in section one hundred sixty-four of this article, shall recognize such tourist promotion agency as the sole such agency
within such county or counties or the city of New York. Any two or more counties may, by the procedures herein provided, designate a single
tourist promotion agency to represent them for the promotion of tourism in their region
and for the purposes of this act.
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