Taxes Show City’s Growth

Posted: November 11, 2012 at 4:10 a.m.

Numbers from the Bentonville Advertising and Promotion Commission illustrate a city undergoing rapid change as the home to 36,000 people morphs from a small company town into an urban arts hamlet.

At A Glance

A&P Taxes

Before Crystal Bridges (2010) With Crystal Bridges (2012)

January $81,817 $111,859

February $90,944 $111,872

March $102,975 $123,579

April $109,858 $128,222

May $104,678 $136,370

June $105,840 $132,308

July $100,743 $118,921

August $106,293 $131,202

Source: Advertising And Promotion Commission

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