County reports its revenue down

By Patti Ward

patti.ward@gaflnews.com

THOMASVILLE -- Thomas County commissioners probably will receive a recommendation for a 2001 millage hike.

County Manager Mike Stephenson said Wednesday he probably will recommend an increase -- "based on what I've seen."

Revenue from a general purpose sales tax was down $30,000 for April, compared to the same month last year. County government receives a "low average" of $250,000 monthly from the tax, Stephenson said.

The money, which is received by county government about two months after the state collects it, funds general operations.



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