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Apr 26 2014

City of Tyler wins award

The City of Tyler was awarded the Quality Texas Progress Level Award for demonstrating a sound, balanced approach to organizational management and performance improvement by the Quality Texas Foundation. “We are comparing ourselves to some of the best companies in the world to ensure that we are working as efficiently as possible while providing quality …

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Nov 22 2013

Animal care: Tyler to purchase land

During a recent regularly scheduled City Council meeting, the Tyler City Council authorized the City manager to negotiate for the purchase of property at 4218 Chandler Hwy to be used for a future animal care facility. “We are pleased to take this step toward Tyler opening its own Animal Care Facility,” said Tyler Mayor Barbara …

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May 15 2012

Sales tax figures drop slightly

Information from the Texas Comptroller indicates that City of Tyler sales tax revenues deposited for the month of May have decreased .76 percent as compared to May  2011, resulting in a 1.84 percent cumulative year-to-date increase.   The reported revenue of $3,282,753.29 is comprised of $2,188,502.19 general sales tax revenue and $1,094,251.10 half-cent sales tax …

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Aug 17 2011

City sales tax figures up

Information from the Texas Comptroller indicates that City of Tyler sales tax revenues deposited for the month of August have increased 6.80 percent as compared to August 2010, resulting in a 3.73 percent cumulative year-to-date increase. The reported revenue of $3,206,450 is comprised of $2,137,633 general sales tax revenue and $1,068,816 half-cent sales tax revenue. …

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Jul 13 2011

City sales tax figures up 3.4 percent

Information from the Texas Comptroller indicates that City of Tyler sales tax revenues deposited for the month of July have increased 2.66 percent as compared to July 2010, resulting in a 3.4 percent cumulative year-to-date increase. The reported revenue of $2,601,235 is comprised of $1,734,157 general sales tax revenue and $867,078 half-cent sales tax revenue. …

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Jun 21 2011

Governor Perry signs Tyler’s SB 349

On June 17 Governor Rick Perry signed into law SB 349, which will add two percent to Tyler’s Hotel Motel Occupancy Tax rate, to be used for the expansion or construction of conference or event facilities for the community.  The bill was introduced during the regular session by Senator Kevin Eltife and Representative Chuck Hopson …

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Jun 15 2011

Accepting applications

The City of Tyler is currently accepting applications from community members to serve on City boards and commissions. The deadline to apply is Aug. 5 and appointments will be made by the City Council at their Aug. 24 meeting. Persons who are appointed to serve on a City of Tyler board or commission will serve …

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Jun 15 2011

Sales tax figures up

Information from the Texas Comptroller indicates that City of Tyler sales tax revenues deposited for the month of June have increased 6.46 percent as compared to May 2011, resulting in a 3.47 percent cumulative year-to-date increase. The reported revenue of $2,634,914.84 is comprised of $ 1,756,609.88 general sales tax revenue and $878,304.94 half-cent sales tax …

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