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City’s 4Q Sales Tax Revenue Down

Total Revenue Up From Budgeted Amount

February 11, 2014

Fourth-quarter sales tax revenue in 2013 for the city of Jamestown was $8,000 less than it was in 2012....

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Mustangkid2003

Feb-11-14 5:59 PM

The increased revenues in Q2 and Q3 are very likely due to tourism in the Chautauqua County area. The residents need to understand this and start both marketing the area better as well as treating the tourists with more respect.

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NotTelling

Feb-11-14 10:42 AM

Maybe Jamestown can find ways of cutting the cost. Starting with the salaries of those in a public job, being paid by tax cash. If a person is in the job for the money, then there needs to be somebody else in the position. Maybe someone that cares for the people of the community! Not how much he/she can make from the community.

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fmd1934

Feb-11-14 7:23 AM

That's OK, take it from the BPU !

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Incognito

Feb-11-14 5:17 AM

That's okay. While sales tax revenue is down, welfare enrollment is up, druggies are increasing in population and jobs are being terminated. Jamestown's future has never looked brighter.

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