Sales tax allocations in several Angelina County municipalities rose in June compared to the prior year, according to data released Wednesday by the Texas Comptroller’s Office.

These allocations are based on sales made in April by businesses that report taxes monthly.

Angelina County will collect $455,092 this period — up 4.67% from last year’s payment. Year-to-date, the county has collected $3,338,176 — up 6.47%.

Lufkin will collect $1,056,927 this period — down 4.54% from last year’s payment. Year-to-date, Lufkin has collected $7,545,824 — up .79%.

Hudson, Burke and Zavalla noticed an increase in allocations this month compared to a year ago. Diboll and Huntington received less this month compared to a year ago.

However, year -to-date payments in Diboll and Hudson have increased, while they declined in Huntington, Burke and Zavalla.

Diboll will collect $75,885 this period — down 24.46% from last year’s payment. Year-to-date, Diboll has collected $367,788 — up 19.83%.

Hudson will collect $29,678 — up 35.52% from last year’s payment. Year-to-date, Hudson has collected $188,431 this period — up 18.22%.

Burke will collect $4,171 this period — up 35.31% from last year’s payment. Year-to-date, Burke has collected $23,122 — down 8.40%.

Zavalla will collect $7,711 this period — up 22.64% from last year’s payment. Year-to-date, Zavalla has collected $54,705 — down 8.43%.

Huntington will collect $22,920 this period — down 11.89% from last year’s payment. Year-to-date, Huntington has collected $168,556 — down 8.51%.

Other East Texas cities’ allocations compared to a year ago: Nacogdoches, $532,987 up 10.27%; Jacksonville, $302,414, up 11.19%; Marshall, $724,793, up 7.21%; Longview, $2,841,650, up 16.47%; Texarkana, $1,264,888, up 6.08%; and Tyler, $3,689,327, up 9.39%.

Results from other Deep East Texas counties compared to last year: Cherokee County, $167,371, up 16.27%; Houston County, $152,995, up 68.55%; Polk County, $210,607, up 5.20%; Sabine County, $28,582, up 7.65%; San Augustine County, $72,618, down 12.33%;

San Jacinto County, $41,941, up 21.97%; Tyler County, $69,520, up 42.58%.

In Texas, cities will collect $499 million, up 9.2% from last year, and counties will collect $49.8 million, up 11.4% from last year. The allocations consist of the city’s and county’s part of the state’s 8.25 percent sales tax.

Local entities, cities, counties and hospitals and special districts within a county can claim up to a total of 2.5 percent of that levy.

Jess Huff’s email address is jess.huff@lufkindailynews.com.