City hall sees a drop in tax revenue. The City of Joplin received nearly $2.3 million in sales tax revenue in its November check. That's down about four percent from last year. City workers had predicted a two percent increase for fiscal year 2014. They point out that november is the first month for the new budget ... and that the city has seen several cases recently where a drop one month evens out with a larger increase the next month.
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