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                                                   Tuesday, October 26, 2010 10:07 AM                                         Posted by Stylish Wanderer

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                                               The January revenues generally reflect sales from November. And if you'll recall, retailers reported a strong start to
                                               holiday shopping for that month. ...




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                                                   Tuesday, October 26, 2010 10:07 AM                                         Posted by Stylish Wanderer
                                                
                                                                                                             Valerie Wigglesworth covers the city of Frisco and
                                                                                                             Jessica Meyers covers Frisco schools. The community
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                                               Frisco's sales tax revenue showed yet another gain with January's figure, which was released today by the state
                                               comptroller's office.


                                               The $3.1 million in revenues for Frisco is up 9.26 percent from the same month a year ago. According to DMN
                                               colleague Ian McCann, it's the city's highest January payout ever. Click here to read his story.


                                               The January revenues generally reflect sales from November. And if you'll recall, retailers reported a strong start to
                                               holiday shopping for that month. And that helps Frisco, which now has 10 million square feet of retail.


                                               This month's sales tax allocation report also marks a full year of gains for the city, which saw declining revenues
                                               along with much of the rest of the economy in 2009.


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