The city of Springfield says February sales tax revenues jumped eight-percent.
It’s part of an upward trend for the city.
Revenues are up nearly three-percent on the year.
But February sales tax revenues in 2019 are still down almost four-percent compared to the same time last year.
The City of Springfield’s sales tax revenues from the Missouri Department of Revenue are up 8 percent, or about $271,000, compared to budget with the February sales tax check. Read full release at https://t.co/zy75wtZBNQ pic.twitter.com/juYngkVPWr
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