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Sales And Use Tax Revenues

November 17, 1989|Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich Susan Davis Greene and Janice L. Jones / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

County municipalities collectively became almost $18 million richer with the most recent allocation of sales and use tax revenues by the State Board of Equalization. Anaheim claimed the largest share of the pot, $2.4 million, while the $8,600 sent to Villa Park was the smallest amount to any city. Costa Mesa had easily the largest per-capita distribution, $18.86.The total amount distributed to the county, $19 million (which includes funds sent to county government as well as the cities), was far in arrears of the Los Angeles County figure. Orange County had a higher per capita amount than any of the surrounding counties.

Each month city and county governments and other governmental organizations receive payments from the state in anticipation of actual sales tax revenues. In the fourth month they receive a cleanup payment--the difference between actual revenues and the amounts previously received--plus the first advance payment for the next quarter. The amounts listed here are the second advance payment for the third quarter of 1989.

% of All Total Per Capita Cities' City Allocation Allocation Allocations Anaheim $2,468,300 10.10 14 Santa Ana 2,091,500 8.81 12 Costa Mesa 1,752,500 18.86 10 Irvine 1,520,800 15.13 8 Orange 1,374,500 12.92 8 Huntington Beach 1,297,200 6.87 7 Fullerton 950,800 8.51 5 Garden Grove 940,800 6.98 5 Newport Beach 813,600 11.69 5 Buena Park 717,500 10.84 4 Westminster 598,500 8.17 3 Brea 427,500 12.74 2 Tustin 404,700 8.65 2 Mission Viejo 363,400 5.09 2 Fountain Valley 312,800 5.58 2 La Habra 294,100 6.00 2 Cypress 206,900 4.56 1 Placentia 206,900 4.97 1 Stanton 192,800 6.80 1 San Juan Capistrano 187,200 7.64 1 San Clemente 182,100 4.66 1 Laguna Beach 170,500 6.95 1 Los Alamitos 134,000 11.03 1 Dana Point 98,700 5.92 1 Yorba Linda 98,600 2.06 1 Seal Beach 80,700 2.95 * La Palma 44,000 2.73 * Villa Park 8,600 1.24 * ALL CITIES 17,939,500 8.91 100

* Less than 1% FIVE-COUNTY COMPARISON

% of Five **Total Per Capita Counties' County Allocation Allocation Allocations Los Angeles $53,747,460 $6.21 54 Orange 19,041,300 8.91 19 Riverside 6,373,400 6.28 6 San Bernardino 6,060,300 4.58 6 San Diego 14,576,600 6.03 15 FIVE-COUNTY TOTAL 99,799,060 6.36 100

** Includes amounts allocated to county governments

Source: California State Board of Equalization

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