Sales tax collections by New York municipalities rose by 10.5% during the first three quarters of 2010, Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reported last week. During the same period last year, sales tax collections declined 9%.

About 3.5% of the growth in sales taxes was due to sales tax rate increases and the expansion of taxes in New York City and Nassau County to items that had been exempt.

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