Sales tax rebates rose again this month for many taxing entities in the state, although they declined for Levelland, Morton and other local cities.
A report from the Texas Comptrollerís Office stated that sales tax allocations in June totaled $629.2 million, up 5.9 percent from a year ago.
Texas cities received payments totaling $409.5 million, a gain of 5.4 percent.
Counties received $39.3 million from Austin, up 5.2 percent, while the $142.4 million that transit systems earned marked a 6.2 percent increase from a year ago.
Special purpose taxing districts took in a total of $38.0 million, representing an improvement of 11.3 percent from last June.
Levellandís sales tax rebate declined 3.82 percent this month compared to June 2014.
It slipped from $292,385 a year ago to $281,209 this month.
However, cumulative totals for the city remained ahead of last year.