April Brings Flat Revenues for Taney, Stone Counties

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by Sam Clanton

 

FORSYTH, Mo. – April brings nearly flat revenues for both Taney and Stone Counties.

Taney County Treasurer Melanie Smith reports sales tax receipts of just over 1-point-3 million dollars, marking an increase of 1-percent compared to this time last year.

General County Revenue has a new balance of 2-point-1-7 million dollars, which is an increase of 3-point-7 percent, year-to-date.

Stone County Treasurer Kristi Stephens reports a slight decrease in revenues, with the half-cent General Use Sales Tax netting 107-thousand dollars, at a decrease of less than 1-percent.

The half-cent Capital Improvement Sales Tax and half-cent Law Enforcement Sales Tax each bring in nearly 123-thousand dollars, marking decreases of 2-and-a-half percent compared to April of 2015.

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