Alcoholic beverage tax collection up 158% in September

The Alcoholic Beverage Tax collection for cities and towns inside Logan County saw a dramatic increase in September compared to the same month in 2018.


In September, Logan County received $19,834.66 from the Oklahoma Tax Commission, which will be distributed throughout the county. A year ago in September, the collection brought in $7,674.58.

The 158.45% increase is the second highest this year. In March 2019, an increase of 178.03% was reported compared to March 2018.

Since January of this year, the collection has brought in a total of $168,417.49, which is already up 2.74% from last year’s total with three months remaining in the year.

Beginning October 1, 2018, grocery and convenience stores began selling wine and cold, strong beer. The change came after legislation and voters’ approval of a state question.

December 2018 has proven to be the largest allocation brought in by the county at $28,102.08.

Here is the breakdown of the allocation of the Alcoholic Beverage Tax for Logan County in September 2019.

Guthrie $13,683.66
Crescent $1,894.58
Mulhall $302.11
Coyle $436.38
Marshall $365.22
Langston $2,314.85
Meridian $51.03
Orlando $198.72
Cedar Valley $386.70
Cimarron $201.41


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