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Sales And Use Tax Revenue

September 01, 1989|Clipboard researched by Rick VanderKnyff / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

The latest payment of sales and use tax revenue to the cities of Orange County left municipal coffers $18.7 million richer. Santa Ana and Anaheim received the two largest amounts, but the per capita allocation was higher in several other cities, most notably in Costa Mesa, the highest. Villa Park received both the smallest total amount and the smallest per capita.

Each month cities and counties and other governmental organizations receive from the state advance payments in anticipation of sales tax revenue. In the fourth month they receive an adjusted amount--the difference between actual revenue and amounts previously received--plus the first advance payment for the next quarter. The amounts listed here are for the second advance payment for the second quarter of 1989.

Total Per Capita % of all Cities' City Allocation Allocation Allocations Santa Ana $2,501,100 $9.91 13 Anaheim 2,475,100 9.79 13 Costa Mesa 1,675,300 18.26 9 Irvine 1,481,000 14.47 8 Orange 1,344,100 12.63 7 Huntington Beach 1,308,700 6.86 7 Fullerton 1,180,400 10.52 6 Garden Grove 1,020,600 7.28 6 Newport Beach 809,000 11.96 4 Buena Park 707,300 10.44 4 Westminster 592,100 7.97 3 Tustin 497,400 13.15 3 Brea 410,300 11.84 2 San Juan Capistrano 384,600 14.37 2 Mission Viejo 359,100 5.03 2 Fountain Valley 313,800 5.59 2 La Habra 309,500 6.19 2 Placentia 218,200 5.46 1 Stanton 197,100 6.76 1 Cypress 193,000 4.62 1 San Clemente 176,900 4.85 1 Laguna Beach 143,800 7.47 1 Los Alamitos 137,600 11.21 1 Yorba Linda 94,800 2.05 1 Seal Beach 77,400 2.77 * Dana Point 76,300 4.58 * La Palma 46,700 2.89 * Villa Park 11,700 1.68 * ALL CITIES 18,742,900 9.24 100

* Less than 1%

FIVE-COUNTY COMPARISON Orange County's total of $19.8 million received in the latest state disbursement of sales and use tax revenue ranked it second among Southern California's five major counties. Although only about one-third the size of the amount received by Los Angeles County, the local per capita amount was by far the highest. Nineteen percent of all the money allocated in the five counties ended up in Orange County; 10% of all the money in the state.

% of % of Total Per capita Five-County State County Allocation Allocation Allocation Allocation Los Angeles $55,768,987 $6.45 54 30 Orange 19,810,900 8.69 19 10 Riverside 5,682,923 5.60 5 3 San Bernardino 7,209,655 5.44 7 4 San Diego 15,496,300 6.41 15 8 Five-County total 103,968,765 6.63 100 55 STATE TOTAL 187,984,849 6.56 -- 100

Source: State Board of Equalization

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