|Local sales tax totals top $2.7 M|
|Tuesday, December 11, 2012|
From Post staff reports
Local sales tax collections for Wilson County for the month of November brought in a whopping $2,724,680, according to a statement by the Tennessee Department of Revenue.
The funds realized from the portion of the state sales tax dedicated as the local share are distributed and used by local governments including county government and the county’s three municipalities.
Again, the City of Lebanon outpaced the county and the other two cities listed in the report with local sales tax collections topping $1.4 million in November.
The City of Mt. Juliet trailed Lebanon in the report by some $400,000 collecting just more than $1 million in local sales tax revenue.
Watertown’s share of the November sales tax revenue was $17,521 and the amount collected outside of the three municipalities and classified as collections in Wilson County was $282,209.