Fairfield’s second quarter sales tax from April through June continued to rise, according to a report released by the city.
Receipts rose 13.1 percent, compared to the same quarter the previous year. The rise was 11.3 percent after excluding accounting anomalies. The city received about $4.3 million.
Vehicle sales led the way, bringing in $593,000. Next came service stations at $548,000, discount department stores at $372,000, restaurants at $238,000 and department stores at $157,000.
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