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by John Stroud
PostIndependent.com

Glenwood Springs, CO - The new Ross Dress for Less store in the Glenwood Springs Mall and unseasonably warm weather during March combined to give the city of Glenwood Springs its first double-digit increase in sales taxes since the end of 2007.

According to the city’s March sales tax report, released this week, spending on retail goods within Glenwood Springs city limits was up nearly 10.5 percent over the same month last year.

The city collected $1,201,622 in sales taxes during March of this year, compared to $1,087,596 in March 2011.

You’d have to go back to December of 2007 to find Glenwood Springs’ last double-digit increase in the year-over-year monthly comparison of sales taxes.

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