City sales tax down 6.33% from 2000

City sales in Brady are lower at 5.68% for this period and are down 6.33% overall for this year as compared to 2000, according to State Comptroller Carole Keeton Rylander. The March payment to the City totaled $44,998, bringing this year’s total to $210,081 which compares to $214,685 last year. The payment for this period was down from $47,711 for this period last year. The McCulloch County Hospital received a check for $9,628 which is up 5.27% compared to this time last year. The payments received by the hospital this year total $42,642 as compared to $44,013 last year, an overall decrease of 3.11%. The State Comptroller’s office has sent $199 million in monthly sales tax payments to 1,104 Texas cities and 199 counties, a 4.8% increase over the $189.8 million allocated to cities and counties in April 2000. Sales tax rebates for the first four months of 2001 are up 4.6%, compared to the first four months of last year. The Comptroller’s office sent sales tax rebates totalinng $183.5 million to Texas cities, 5.1% higher than last year’s April payments of $174.6 million. Rebates of $15.4 million to Texas counties were up 1.7% compared to allocations of 15.1% million in April 2000. Below are the monthly totals for other area towns listed with their gains/losses over 2000: Ballinger $24,269 -24.91% Burnet $79,803 5.12% Coleman $39,814 -0.81% Comanche $27,262 -5.66% Eden $7,195 8.13% Fredericksburg $176,598 2.51% Lampasas $62,674 0.02% Llano $48,800 15.06% Marble Falls $275,058 -2.37% Mason $9,565 4.08% Menard $5,960 -4.76% San Saba $23,636 36.31%

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