The city of Ketchum’s local-option-tax receipts experienced year-over-year growth in October and November but dipped slightly in September.
The city reported the numbers for November last week, and the report showed that total revenue receipts were $149,820. That was 11.10 percent more than the $134,849 collected in November 2017.
In October, the city reported collections of $175,855, which was 18.75 percent more than the $148,085 collected in October 2017.
In September, the city collected $208,367, which was a dip of 1.87 percent compared with the $212,332 collected in September 2017.
Over the three-month period, the city collected $54,545 in revenue from liquor-by-the-drink sales, compared with $49,816 in autumn 2017.
It reported $83,502 in revenue from building materials, compared with $78,721 in autumn 2017.
The city reported $322,969 in revenue from retail receipts aside from groceries, compared with $313,071 from autumn 2017.
Room receipt collections tallied $51,575, compared with $39,801 from autumn 2017.
Condominium receipts tallied $21,445, which compares with $13,851 from the same period in 2017.
Ketchum collects a 3 percent local-option tax on lodging/room sales, a 3 percent LOT on by-the-drink liquor sales, and 2 percent on “other retail sales,” including building materials but excluding groceries.
The taxes are imposed in addition to the 6 percent state sales tax.