DALLAS – Revenue growth from a Little Rock, Ark. sales tax increase adopted in 2011 isn’t hitting the 2% a year target set by city officials.

Collections in the first quarter of 2013 are up 0.22% from the same period of 2012, Finance director Sara Lenehan said Wednesday. City officials predicted annual increases of 2% over 10 years when the tax increase was proposed.

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