Tulsa tax revenues up; jobs, unemployment, cost of living up, too

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Blogger Steve Roemerman receives regular updates on the city's finances and the state of the local economy in his role as a member of the City of Tulsa Sales Tax Oversight Committee. Today he has posted Tulsa's sales tax stats and economic indicators for the most June 2008, showing sales tax revenues up 3.8% over the previous year. Good news, but the Consumer Price Index has gone up 4% over the last year. Visit Steve's blog for more info.

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David S. said:

Tulsa exports are up, too:

oklahomatrade.blogspot.com/2008/06/exports-from-cities.html

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