“A nice way to finish the year” is the way Manhattan Finance director Bernie Hayen describes the end of year sales tax numbers for the city, with a 2% annual increase. Hayen adds that isn’t bad given what other communities across the state have experienced. And a ‘milestone’  was reached of exceeding $11 million in annual collections from the city’s one cent sales tax for the first time.
December numbers were also higher than the three previous years at $11,196,423.

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