Saline County ended the sales tax reporting year on a high note, and the total for the year was the best since before the Great Recession.
County sales tax revenue for December was $103,293, up nearly $40,000 from November and up more than $17,000 from December 2011.
That put the total for the year at $1,042,910, the best year since 2007, when the county took in $1,057,828 in sales tax revenue.
Two special sales taxes were up, too.
The law enforcement tax brought in $77,470 in the December reporting period, up from $47,984 in November and from $64,567 in December 2011.
The courthouse renovation tax brought in $54,377, up from $32,328 in November and from $45,576 in December 2011.