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Permian Basin sales tax receipts growingPermian Basin sales tax receipts growinghttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=86112013-01-10T12:27:00Z2013-01-10T00:00:00Z

PERMIAN BASIN - The City of Odessa’s sales tax check from the state for January continued to show an increase from the previous year’s total.

In Odessa, the sales tax check will be $3,024,947, up 25 percent from January 2012’s $2,410,990. Ector County Hospital District was $3,043,293, which was an 8.57 percent increase over last year $2,802,973.

The January 2013 sales tax allocation for the state totaled $530.8 million, up 7.3 percent compared to January 2012.

Permian Basin January 2013 Sales Tax Receipts
City Sales Tax Receipts Y-O-Y
Change
Midland $4,436,520 13.83%
Odessa $3,024,947 25.46%
Big Spring $707,309 34.33%
Andrews $571,691 20.68%
Fort Stockton $250,808 19.32%
Monahans $236,854 23.38%
Pecos $202,945 32.54%
Big Lake $177,626 33.97%


For cities and counties, see the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

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