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(KSL News) Several Utah cities and towns saw a big boost from sales tax revenue this year.
Cedar Fort saw the biggest increase with a jump of almost 70 percent. Most of the increase is credited to the opening of a new IFA store.
The towns of Vineyard, Draper South, Saratoga Springs and Fairfield round out the top five for sales tax gains.
Of course, it isn't all good news. The cities of Naples, Alta, Bicknell, South Salt Lake and Park City all saw decreases from the amount of revenue from sales tax in 2007.