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CLIPBOARD : Sales Tax Revenue

November 25, 1991

In September, the most recent month for which information is available, Orange County received a $18.6 million in sales and use tax revenue from the state. That is 29% less than the amount received in September, 1990.

Individually, 23 of the county's cities received less than they did last September, with the largest percentage changes taking place in Buena Park and Fountain Valley. Six cities, most notably La Palma, received more in 1991.

Each month city and county governments and other governmental organizations receive payments from the state in anticipation of actual sales tax revenue. In the fourth month, they receive a cleanup payment--the difference between actual revenue 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 third quarter of 1991. Both the 1990 and 1991 figures are rounded to the nearest dollar.

Sept. 1990 Sept. 1991 1990-'91 City Allocation Allocation % Change Anaheim $3,224,166 $1,898,080 -41 Brea 879,837 705,142 -20 Buena Park 953,021 275,391 -71 Costa Mesa 1,952,794 1,810,633 -7 Cypress 312,434 344,950 +10 Dana Point 332,146 133,651 -60 Fountain Valley 1,293,827 390,531 -70 Fullerton 987,219 1,009,721 +2 Garden Grove 1,198,158 645,306 -46 Huntington Beach 1,396,146 1,199,099 -14 Irvine 2,135,496 1,333,417 -38 Laguna Beach 199,098 192,576 -3 Laguna Niguel 481,346 386,073 -20 La Habra 425,106 274,427 -35 La Palma 49,500 121,738 +146 Los Alamitos 212,617 124,028 -42 Mission Viejo 510,720 454,807 -11 Newport Beach 1,333,630 566,089 -58 Orange 1,630,295 1,247,292 -23 Placentia 222,076 263,920 +19 San Clemente 270,575 189,867 -30 San Juan Capistrano 188,734 170,337 -10 Santa Ana 2,050,506 1,992,636 -3 Seal Beach 106,409 126,728 +19 Stanton 238,514 233,621 -2 Tustin 1,159,190 692,269 -40 Villa Park 19,247 9,947 -48 Westminster 933,019 603,013 -35 Yorba Linda 239,092 265,114 +11 COUNTY TOTAL * $26,256,685 $18,568,417 -29

* Includes unincorporated total

Source: State Board of Equalization

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