Tomorrow night, Green Bay city leaders could vote on which direction to go with the Clarion Hotel on Main Street on the riverfront. Today, American Hospitality Management, which has been running the Clarion for the last year-and-a-half, made the case to city leaders its $8 million plan to renovate the hotel from top to bottom, in every room and the lobby, and a new hotel brand are enough to help the hotel prosper. They also note their experience with the Green Bay market. A week ago, city leaders heard a competing, $30 million plan to raze the Clarion and build a 16-story luxury hotel with rooms facing the river, spa, and waterfront bistro -- but it could make the developer renovating the historic Hotel Northland one block over walk away from the project. Which way do you think the city should go? Watch Nikki Junewicz's report on the plans and city council member reactions, on Action 2 News at Ten.