Sabine Parish tax report for June
by staff reporter Nora Drenner
The Sabine Sales and Use Tax Commission office has released the parish’s report for June.
Here is a comparison of the tax dollars each local government entity received in June 2020 as compared to the same time frame last year.
The school board received $761,564.93, which is 16.32 percent or $148,475.11 less than June last year.
The police jury took in $380,782.53, which is 73,165.91 or 16.12 percent less than last year.
The City of Many accepted $150,064.39, a jump of 18.27 percent which equates to $23,186.01 more than this time last year.
The Town of Zwolle collected $39,818.82, a decrease of $16,164.78 or 28.87 percent less than last June.
The Village of Converse accumulated $6,421.50, an increase of 13.90 percent or $783.65 more than last June.
The Village of Florien amassed $15,756.95, an increase of 1,807.99 or 12.96 percent more than June last year.
The Village of Pleasant Hill received $6,613.14, a drop of 16.04 percent or $1263.46 less than last June.
The Law District took in $285,586.71, a decline of $54,874.33 or 16.12 percent less than this time last year.
School District #34 collected $99,565.72, which is $6294.42 or 6.75 percent less than June last year.
School District #2 accepted $90,800.39, a decline of 32.09 percent which equates to $42,902.67 less than last year.
The District Attorney received $47,824.36, which is $9,209.79 or 16.15 percent less than last June.
The Council on Aging collected $95,195.60, a drop of 16.12 percent or $18, 291 less than last June.
The Tourism Commission received $19,502.04 , a decline of $2,722.10 or 12.25 percent less.
June tax distributions reflex the tax collected in April and remitted to the tax office in May. The overall decline was anticipated due to COVID-19 lockdowns which shuttered businesses.