Goliad County sales tax revenue down 15 percent in January
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GOLIAD – Goliad County saw a decrease in sales tax revenue of 15 percent in January as compared to a year ago, according to the office of Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Susan Combs.

Goliad County took in $25,241.25 in sales tax in January compared to $29,675.92 in January 2013.

Neighboring DeWitt and Karnes counties saw significant increases in January.

DeWitt County received $299,385.59 in sales tax receipts, which is 17.18 percent higher than January 2013. Karnes County took in $277,975.57 in sales tax revenue, which is 17.59 higher than January 2013.

Victoria County's sales tax receipts of $2,000,855.87 in January was 0.14 percent higher than the same period a year ago.

Refugio County saw a 10.93 percent decrease while Bee County's sales tax revenue was down 9.11 percent from 2013 numbers.
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