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Oct. sales tax receipts brighter in Orange CountyOct. sales tax receipts brighter in Orange Countyhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=90542012-11-13T10:59:00Z2012-11-13T00:00:00Z

ORANGE COUNTY - October 2012 sales tax receipts are up across Orange County by 2.83 percent compared to October 2011. Orange County is 1.51 percent ahead of 2011 sales tax figures for the year.

Leading the way for the month was Rose City, which is seeing a 13 percent increase from what the city received a year ago. The city is now 3.33 percent ahead for the year.

The city with the biggest gain for the year-to-date is Vidor, which is 6.60 percent ahead of 2011 figures. This month’s payment is 4.40 percent ahead of last year.

Bridge City received a payment of $131,000 for October, an increase of approximately $2,000 or 1.50 percent. The City of Bridge City is 4.69 percent ahead of 2011 figures.

The City of Orange showed a strong gain with a payment of $372,274.32 for October, which is a 5.38 percent increase over the same time last year.

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

Orange Leader
Beaumont-Port Arthur
Economy
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