According to the state comptroller's office, sales tax revenues for June are up overall in Shelby County compared to the same period a year ago.
In the city of Center, there's been another slight increase, as the payment is up some three percent from 2013. Center's check is $231-thousand, bringing the year-to-date payments to $1.7 million.
The city of Joaquin's June payment is up 10 percent from last year right at $18-thousand; while Tenaha has seen the biggest increase in the past 12 months at almost 45 percent and will be receiving a check for $69-hundred. Huxley is also up and has a check of $517. The city of Timpson has dropped off over 8.5 percent, and will receive a June payment of almost $16-thousand.
Overall, Shelby County's June payments are up almost 3.5 percent, for a total payment of $272-thousand.
San Augustine's payment this month is up a whopping 98 percent, as they'll receive a payment of $42-thousand.
Meanwhile, Broaddus is up with a check of $19-hundred headed their way.