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Sales And Use Tax Revenue

October 13, 1988|Clipboard researched by Susan Greene / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

Anaheim and Santa Ana are the big winners in the total third-quarter (June through August) disbursements of sales and use tax revenues by the State Board of Equalization. Several cities had higher per-capita totals, though, with Costa Mesa and Irvine leading the way. Here's the city list, based on how much each received per resident, from highest to lowest:

% Change Third Quarter Third Quarter From Second Per Capita City Disbursement Quarter Disbursement Costa Mesa $2,494,260.40 +26 $27.14 Irvine 2,168,966.03 +25 22.15 Orange 1,824,469.90 +4 17.39 Tustin 711,586.05 +21 15.55 Brea 464,508.75 -13 14.21 Newport Beach 950,657.19 -7 13.66 Buena Park 886,447.52 -1 13.39 Anaheim 3,177,911.75 +4 13.08 Santa Ana 2,934,800.81 +13 12.68 San Juan Capistrano 285,287.98 +48 11.69 Stanton 321,612.99 +51 11.36 COUNTY TOTAL 25,216,118.92 +9 11.26 Los Alamitos 130,319.54 -40 10.77 Fullerton 1,160,290.27 -1 10.49 Mission Viejo 701,116.12 +82 10.19 Huntington Beach 1,724,210.14 -9 9.19 Westminster 667,361.27 -14 9.04 Laguna Beach 212,870.42 +25 8.78 Garden Grove 1,171,407.93 -9 8.72 La Habra 409,475.49 +10 8.39 Fountain Valley 445,469.92 +23 8.00 San Clemente 282,888.17 +45 7.54 Placentia 308,008.74 +23 7.49 Cypress 268,765.12 +12 6.21 County of Orange 1,206,284.38 -10 4.50 La Palma 65,807.03 +15 4.09 Seal Beach 91,440.88 -10 3.34 Yorba Linda 143,464.09 +37 3.12 Villa Park 6,430.04 -66 .93

Source: State Board of Equalization; State Department of Finance

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