City sees decline in sales tax revenues

Shoppers browse items for sale along Gillette Avenue Wednesday morning. According to the City of Gillette, sales tax revenues have declined by about 28% since April.

The city of Gillette’s sales tax revenues have declined by about 28% since April. 

Sales tax collections in June came in at about $2.6 million, a 5% drop from May's $2.8 million. April's sales tax was about $3.7 million. 

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With sales tax revenue dropping at this rage, shouldn’t mayor king-carter RESIGN!


Shouldn't you all be wearing masks in public so we can all help get the virus under control and help everyone get back to normal business and shopping?

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