Sales Tax Revenue Grows, Except in Putnam
Local sales tax collections across New York totaled $16.6 billion in 2017, according to the state comptroller, an increase of 3.9 percent.
Sales tax revenue grew in every county except Putnam, where it fell by 0.45 percent, to $58.8 million. This was due, the state said, to corrections made to the county’s initial 2016 and 2017 filings.
Dutchess County saw a 2.79 percent increase in revenue, to $183 million.
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