Local sales tax receipts rose by more than 12 percent as compared to last April — despite the “Safer at Home” order that curtailed activity at many local businesses for much of the month.

County Finance Director Langdon Potts said he is still analyzing the just-received April numbers, which represent the first full month of the pandemic’s effect.

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