December's sales tax revenue 11 percent higher than previous year

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Updated: 2/07/2013 5:47 am
Growth in monthly sales tax revenue for the city continues.

Lubbock's net payment for sales in December 2012 topped $6.59 million. That's an 11.15 percent increase over 2011.

Midland's sales tax revenue total is lower than Lubbock's at $6 million, but it did show a bigger increase at 15.7 percent over the previous year.

Amarillo's check from the state is higher than both at $7.4 million. That's an increase of of just over five percent.

For a detailed rundown of Texas top 20 sales tax revenue leaders, click here.
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