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City's monthly sales tax receipts rise 9%

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The city of Springfield's latest 1 percent sales tax check from the Missouri Department of Revenue shows a revenue increase of roughly $178,000.

The city's November sales tax check jumped 9 percent to $2.15 million, compared to $1.97 million a year before, according to a city news release.

With the latest check, the city's year-to-date collections have increased 8.9 percent to $15.94 million from $14.63 million at the same time last fiscal year. The city's 2012 fiscal year began in July.

Sales tax checks represent collections from previous months.

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