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Tourist tax revenues climb in Southwest Florida

Seasonally adjusted tourist tax revenues for Charlotte, Collier and Lee counties combined grew for the first time in six months, reaching $10.5 million in January, according to local tourism, tax and economic development reports. It represents a 15% increase from December and a 56% present increase from pandemic-stricken January 2021. Lee County’s seasonally adjusted tourist tax revenues totaled $6 million in January, a 22% jump from December, and Collier County’s tourist tax revenues amounted to $3.8 million in January, a 5% increase from December. Charlotte County grew to $684,400 in January, an 11% increase from December.

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