Tuesday 2nd March 2021

Despite COVID-19, the amount of sales tax the county has received the last couple of months is pretty much in line with last year’s totals during the same time period.
According to the numbers provided by Saline County Treasurer Marty Smith, the county received $107,396.73 in Sales Tax in April, which was up $10,262.95 from the total received in March; and the year-to-date total is up $14,295.91 from last year’s total through April.
In Law-Enforcement Tax, the county received $80,547.57 in April, which was up $7,697.34 from March, and up $10,722.27 from 2019’s total through April.
The county received $27,079.96 in Use Tax in April, which was down $47,803.39 from the total received in March and down $790.48 from the same time last year.
The Law-Enforcement Sunset Tax raked in 26,840.65 in April, which was up $2,595.08 from March, and up $3,645.21 from the same time last year.
The county received $107,350.84 in Economic-Development Sales Tax, which was up $10,412.84 from the month before, and up $15,389.27 from the same period last year.