County sales tax holding steady, despite 'hiccup' in booze sales
Jan 25, 2014 at 10:07 AM
Auditor Roland Tkach remains cautiously optimistic about sales tax collection in Huron County.
Numbers recently released by Tkach reflect September sales.
The county brought in $719,378 in sales tax in September, up from $654,958 in September 2012.
Mom and Pop stores made up 30 percent of the newest total, while big-box stores, like Walmart and Kmart, accounted for 27 percent.
However, liquor sales slipped in September. "We had a hiccup with the liquor sales compared to last year," he said.
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