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Sales tax revenue rises in Jacksonville for October

Sales tax revenue rises in Jacksonville for October
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POSTED: Thursday, October 7, 2010 - 3:26am

UPDATED: Thursday, October 7, 2010 - 9:12am

AS REPORTED IN THE JACKSONVILLE DAILY PROGRESS:

JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville’s sales tax revenue rose 7.8 percent for the month of October, according to the Texas state comptroller’s office.

This amounts $18, 362.25 more for the month for the city — an increase from $209,727.13 last year to $226,089.38.

Jacksonville Mayor Robert Haberle said though last month’s numbers were essentially flat, he is encouraged by this month’s increase.

This year to date the city is still down 6.86 percent of last year’s total sales tax revenue at $2,413,104.42, compared to $2,590,940.65 this time last year.
 

FOR MORE ON THIS STORY, GO TO: http://jacksonvilleprogress.com/local/x1305238662/Sales-tax-revenue-rises

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This is because they legalized beer and wine, duh!

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