HARRISON, N.Y. A report released by Harrison Town Clerk Jackie Greer said that revenue from the clerk's office dropped by more than $2,000 in April compared to March.
Greer said total revenues in April were $8,311.50, down from $10,282 in March. The bulk of the reason for the drop is because Harrison was paid $6,000 by a film company in March to shoot in town. In March, the town also received $650 from taxi companies for licenses, which was absent along with an additional $250 for licenses granted to food vendors.
On the bright side for the clerk's office, parking permit fees increased in April by more than $4,000. Greer's April report said that the town made $6,355 for parking permits in April compared to $1,848 in March. Still, the numbers were down from February where the town sold $8,000 worth of parking permits. Greer said then that the bulk of parking permits are bought in the beginning of the year when they need to be renewed.
The report will be presented to the Harrison Town Board at its meeting on Thursday, May 17.
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