• Although Graford took the spot as the Palo Pinto County city with the third-highest net payment for March at $6,204.60, it was the only city in the area to show a negative percentage change, as the comptroller's payment was down 29.01-percent when compared to last March's $8,740.34. Graford has received $19,922.56 in payments from sales tax revenue, so far, this year – 27.24-percent less than the $27,383.99 of 2013.
• Like its neighbors, Gordon saw a large increase in its net payment for the month of March – the second-largest percentage increase in the county, in fact, at 18.07 percent. This month, Gordon will receive $5,458.71, as opposed to $4,623.12 last March. To date, Gordon has received $16,558.56 in 2014, giving the city an 8.01-percent increase compared to 2013's $15,329.33.
• Mingus is set to gain $1,604.79, which is 13.93-percent more that the $1,408.50 the city received last March. Mingus has gotten $4,796.80 from the state this year, giving it 4.96-percent more than the $4,569.79 it had received at this point last year.
Just outside of Palo Pinto County, Millsap stands to gain $3,034.61 for the month of March. The sum is 17.93-percent more than the $2,573.09 Millsap received last year. Millsap has shown a 5.85-percent increase in payments to date for the year, earning $9,654.45 for 2014 compared to $9,120.43 for 2013.