According to figures from the Tennessee Department of Revenue, a total of $500,804 was collected in local option sales tax revenue in Carroll County during the November of 2018.

After over $5,600 is deducted by the state for administrative costs, that still leave $495,170 in net collections for the county.

Huntingdon led the county in municipal collections with a net of $213,622.

McKenzie was second at $171, 728.

Net November collections in other county municipalities included $24,091 in Atwood, $18,593 in Bruceton, $11,911 in Clarksburg, $10,885 in Trezevant, $4,941 in Hollow Rock, and $2,432 in McLemoresville.

A net of $36,968 was collected in areas outside city limits in Carroll County during November.

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