Longview, Texas — Longview sales tax revenue for November represents the 15th consecutive month sales tax revenues for the city posted at least a 4 percent monthly increase over the prior year — although November’s increase was not as high as in October.
The city collected $1.995 million this month, nearly 6 percent, or $112,500 more than November 2010, according to the Texas Comptroller’s Office. The figure represents receipts from September sales in Longview.
Through the first two months of Fiscal Year 2012, the city has seen a 6.85 percent, or nearly $230,000 increase in sales tax revenue. November’s numbers were not as strong as one month ago, when the city’s revenue increased nearly 8 percent.
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