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Sales And Use Tax Revenues

April 27, 1990|Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich and Janice L. Jones / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

March found municipal treasuries enriched by $24.29 million, the latest increment of sales and use tax revenues distributed by the State Board of Equalization. That's a 7% decrease from the amount received by the cities in February. The county received $25.26 million in total (counting amounts allocated to county government), a 9% decrease from February.

Anaheim retained its traditional place in March, receiving the largest share of the total--13%, or $3.1 million. The largest per-capita distribution was $25.55, in Brea. Villa Park, which normally receives the smallest amounts from these distributions, was shut out in March.

The county's total allocation was second highest in the local

five-county region; Los Angeles County received almost three times as much. But Orange County's per-capita amount of $10.98 was 33% higher than Los Angeles and highest among the five 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 first advance payment for the first quarter of 1990 plus a cleanup payment for the fourth quarter of 1989.

% of All Total Per Capita Cities' City Allocations Allocation Allocations Anaheim $3,099,391.57 $12.26 13 Irvine 2,502,287.69 24.45 10 Orange 2,321,429.55 21.82 10 Costa Mesa 2,143,293.89 23.36 9 Santa Ana 2,026,924.65 8.03 8 Huntington Beach 1,623,129.49 8.50 7 Garden Grove 1,257,062.73 8.97 5 Buena Park 936,372.66 13.82 4 Newport Beach 930,820.62 13.76 4 Tustin 905,761.32 23.95 4 Brea 885,300.38 25.55 3 Fountain Valley 842,864.08 15.01 3 Fullerton 835,785.65 7.45 3 Westminster 731,769.55 9.85 3 Mission Viejo 559,040.95 7.83 2 La Habra 436,470.64 8.74 2 San Juan Capistrano 396,614.54 14.82 2 Placentia 276,809.06 6.93 1 Stanton 272,409.57 9.34 1 Cypress 247,908.11 5.93 1 Laguna Beach 197,028.77 10.23 1 Yorba Linda 195,200.15 4.21 1 Los Alamitos 169,829.20 13.83 1 San Clemente 152,578.02 4.18 1 Dana Point 114,189.19 6.85 1 Seal Beach 109,295.98 3.91 * Laguna Niguel 101,800.00 3.38 * La Palma 24,067.05 1.49 * Villa Park 0.00 0.00 * CITIES' TOTAL $24,295,435.06 12.51 100

* Less than 1% FIVE-COUNTY COMPARISON

% of Five * Total Per Capita Counties' County Allocation Allocation Allocation Los Angeles $71,880,810.84 $8.25 52 Orange 25,262,054.44 10.98 18 Riverside 9,837,380.67 9.26 7 San Bernardino 11,340,939.02 8.23 8 San Diego 20,871,109.71 8.49 15 FIVE-COUNTY TOTAL $139,192,294.68 $8.75 100

Total Allocation % Change County From February Los Angeles -8 Orange -9 Riverside +19 San Bernardino +9 San Diego +2 FIVE-COUNTY TOTAL -4

* Includes amounts allocated to county governments

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